Cardinals take Dan Williams 26th overall

Taking a player few draft observers thought would still be available, the Arizona Cardinals selected Tennessee defensive tackle Dan Williams with the 26th pick in the 2010 NFL draft.

Williams was widely regarded as a player who would go in the first half of the first round, and it was surprising that he sat in the green room at Radio City Music Hall while 25 other players’ names were announced before his. The Cardinals finally took him 26th, and they got a very good addition to their defensive line.

The 6-foot-2, 327-pound Williams was a three-year starter at Tennessee and had a very good senior season in Monte Kiffin’s defense. His arrival makes the Cardinals’ defensive line deeper and better.

6 responses to “Cardinals take Dan Williams 26th overall

  1. “His arrival makes the Cardinals’ defensive line deeper and better.”
    which anonymous NFL insider gave you this info?

  2. AWESOME PICK!!!! We finally have the nose to eat up a double team and free up either Campbell or Dockett and leave a TE on whichever OLB rushes to pressure the QB. It couldn’t have worked out any better! Not to mention improves the run defense right off the bat. Can’t wait for the new season, even though we still have 6 picks left, 3 in the next two rounds. Great day for defensive football!

  3. very good point jake the snake, you guys picked up a great player.i wish he would have fell a little more and went to miami @ the 28th spot

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