Character Questions Are Overblown for Top CBs Marcus Peters, P.J. Williams

February 21, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2014 season did not turn out as planned for Marcus Peters.
A star cornerback for the Washington Huskies, and a physical, aggressive defender who was already projected as a first-round NFL draft pick, Peters started the year with a stupid penalty and a sideline tantrum against Eastern Washington that led to a one-game suspension. He repeatedly clashed with new head coach Chris Petersen and his staff. Petersen dismissed Peters from the Washington program in early November after a midweek incident when Peters reportedly "blew up" on an assistant coach.
The 2014 season did not turn out as planned for P.J. Williams, either.
The Florida State cornerback, co-MVP with Jameis Winston of the 2013 National Championship Game, pulled a hamstring during fall practice. Instead of nursing the injury and protecting his draft stock, Williams chose to play through the pain, performing well but sometimes looking a step slow when facing the ACC's top receivers.
Just as Williams retu...

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