The Dolphins would like to come away with one of the top nine wide receiver in the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft, according to a report.
Ryan Tannehill said he’s not going to boast and brag about his achievements, but if it comes down to a team asking him, he's going to tell them that they got their pick. Last season, Ryan showed that he has the ability to be a legitimate franchise quarterback.
Williams admitted playing at about 65% in a season in 2013, he listed 13.5 tackles for loss and 74 more tackles. What pushed Williams over the top is his power when facing offensive linemen head-on. He said that his ideal position would be as a four-tech, head up on the tackle, during that same combine interview.
Williams usually winning battles by driving blockers back towards the quarterback or running back, rarely cedes ground in those situations. When he can get his hands into the chest of an offensive lineman, he is bordering unblock-able, with the motor to stay alive if he fails to land the first blow.
Even while hobbled at times, Williams played through a torn labrum during that 2013 season and started all 13 games last year. Williams’ toughness should be considered well in NFL war rooms, too.
Williams did not lift at the combine because of the labrum issues in both shoulders. Williams needed surgery on his torn labrum following the 2013 season.