Reggie Williams' second chance doesn't last long

We won’t get a Mike Williams vs. Reggie Williams reclamation project training camp battle after all.  Mike won by an early decision Friday.

Reggie Williams was released by the Seahawks so the squad could make room for the announcement of three previously known rookie signings.  Reggie played college football at Washington, but the local product apparently didn’t show much in two months on the roster.

This could mean the end of the line for the No. 9 overall pick of the 2004 draft by the Jaguars.  Meanwhile, the No. 10 pick of the 2005 draft by the Lions lives to see another day.

Receiver Victor James was also cut by Seattle Friday.

11 responses to “Reggie Williams' second chance doesn't last long

  1. Pete Carroll’s love of former PAC 10 players is turning the Seahawk’s organization into a revolving door.

  2. There were times with the Jaguars that Reggie looked like he turning the corner. Through the first four games in 2006, he was among the league’s leading receivers. But then Leftwich got hurt and his production fell. In 2007, he had double digit TDs but never improved.

  3. Reggie williams is as much a bust as the guy who drafted him “Shack Harris”.
    This is what a reach means folks. Two WRs were drafted Larry Fitzgerald, Roy Williams. Jags needed a WR, guess what Shack harris picked the next available WR. The guys after him include Roethlisburger, Tommie Harris and a few more talent to name few less.

  4. # goJags says: June 18, 2010 2:47 PM
    “Reggie williams is as much a bust as the guy who drafted him “Shack Harris”.
    This is what a reach means folks. Two WRs were drafted Larry Fitzgerald, Roy Williams. Jags needed a WR, guess what Shack harris picked the next available WR. The guys after him include Roethlisburger, Tommie Harris and a few more talent to name few less.”
    Dunta Robinson and Steven Jackson, too.

  5. He hasn’t shown much anywhere. Ever. I said, before the draft, he was another JJ Stokes… He wasn’t even that good…

  6. The guy was a TE in a tweener TE body that played WR. When you are a top 10 pick as a WR and your big contribution is how physical of a blocker you are, then, really, you just suck. Sort of like Leftwhich, in a sense, his only attribute was he was “really tough”. Great, can he play LB then?

  7. Kris,
    Mike Williams has looked very good in OTA’s and mini-camp. He actually has a great chance of sticking.
    Seeryer,
    You are thinking of Mike Williams who is still on the roster and looks like he will be the 5th receiver.

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