The Houston Texans re-signed a familiar face in Wendall Williams to the practice squad. To make room for Williams, the Texans placed wide receiver Quenton Bundrage on the injured list, ending his season.
Williams put his name on the map with an unreal pro day which saw him run 4.19 forty-yard dash, the equivalent of 4.32 sec. on laser time. That pro day performance was enough for the Texans, who were concentrating on adding speed for the offense during the off season. Williams had some success at the University of Cumberlands, showing enough to be optimistic that he can play the position at the NFL level.
Spending his time in camp with the Texans, Williams did not make the final cut or practice squad initially. Williams spent time on the New York Jets practice squad and had a tryout with the New England Patriots. At this point, the signing of Williams is nothing more than a roster filler for practice for the upcoming weeks.
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