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Reggie Williams's Career Likely Over

Posted on: June 18, 2010 4:50 pm
 
Reggie Williams’s return to his hometown to play football was short-lived. The Seattle Seahawks released the former Jaguar receiver today. Williams, a top-10-pick-turned bust, had maturity issues early in his career, off-field issues a little later in his career and, ostensibly, performance issues late in his career (as in he hasn’t performed well enough to stay on in Seattle).

Williams was a long shot in Seattle anyway. The Seahawks are set with T.J. Houshmandzadeh as the No. 1 and have Deon Butler, Golden Tate and Deion Branch competing for the No. 2, 3 and 4 positions. Veteran Sean Morey would be a solid No. 5, as would Ben Obomanu. Plus, there’s prolific former Oregon State receiver Mike Hass and ex-Packer Ruvell Martin. So really, the Seahawks just saved Reggie Williams some time.

--Andy Benoit

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