Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t like to admit a mistake.
That’s partly why receiver Roy Williams even was brought back to the team this year. (Well that, and the ridiculous fact that most of his almost $13 million 2010 pay was guaranteed.)
He probably won’t get brought back again, though. Clarence E. Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram believes Williams could be at the front of the line of overpaid Cowboys veterans that may get cut this offseason.
After a strong start to the year, Williams has 15 receptions for 218 yards and no scores in his last ten games. To put it another way: Williams has fewer yards in 38 games in Dallas than Miles Austin did last year alone.
Please re-read the previous sentence if you want to know why the Cowboys have only won five games this year.