“I think they might want to go in different direction,” Williams said on WQAM’s The Sid Rosenberg Show via the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “If Dolphins really want me to stay and make a fair offer, it would be hard for me to turn down, but I don’t know if that is going to happen.”
Perhaps Williams’ chance to return ended when he spoke about coach Tony Sparano after the season. Maybe the Dolphins are just ready for something new.
Williams believes he still has a lot to offer teams as a free agent and it’s hard to argue when you look at his numbers from last year.
“I have things to offer that a rookie can’t offer,” he said. “I think I bring positivity. I think I bring leadership. I’ve proven I can play at a high level consistently.”