Ricky Williams’ Career As a Miami Dolphin Likely Over

January 4, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On his weekly spot on a local radio show in Miami, running back Ricky Williams expressed his thoughts on his future in Miami.
“It seems like now is time to move on,” Williams said on WQAM. “I was drafted in 1999, and this is the first time I’ve been a free agent."
Not only was Williams candid on his response regarding his future on the team he has spent the better part of eight seasons with, but he also took some parting shots at his soon-to-be former head coach and some of his teammates as well.
"Tony goes through a lot of effort to show us the things that it takes to win football games: not turning the ball over, converting third downs, scoring in the red zone. He spent a lot of time saying, 'If you do these things you win.' Sometimes, I feel like he does it a little bit too much."
No one should have a problem with Williams and his parting gifts toward Sparano, but the question has to be put out there: Where was all this attitude during the...

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