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Bryan Williams Hopes to Follow in Josh Cribbs' Footsteps

The Cleveland Browns have signed a deal with Nebraska Cornerback Bryan Williams who was not drafted this year. Williams is a Senior at 22 years old. He is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 200 pounds.
Williams hopes to follow the lead of Josh Cribbs. Cribbs was also signed by the Browns in 2005 after being passed on in the Draft that year. Cribbs played at Kent State.
Williams has lofty ambitions in wanting to model himself after Josh, although the two have some things in common beyond the fact that both were undrafted.
Both are versatile. Williams can play offense, defense and special teams. In terms of offense, in 2007 with the Akron Zips, Williams rushed 152 times for 728 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and 2 touchdowns. That same year, Williams caught 22 passes for 204 total yards (9.3 yards per reception) and 1 touchdown. In terms of defense, in 2008, Williams had 63 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and 1 interception. In terms of special teams, in 2007 and 2008, Williams tallied a collective 43 kick returns for almost 1300 yards (an average of more than 30 yards per carry)and 1 touchdown.
Both can make big plays. Williams had a 61 yard carry and a 60 yard reception in 2007. He had a 95 yard kick return for a touchdown in 2007 and a 50 yard kick return in 2008.
Both are relatively sure-handed. Williams had zero fumbles over his career with the Akron Zips.
Williams has a long way to go before he is compared with Josh Cribbs. We hope he makes it. His addition certainly will help Josh Cribbs become a more active player offensively.
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