Friday, July 27, 2007

Class of the Titans

The signing of the Tennessee Titans' draft class is almost complete. Former Bulldog Paul Williams agreed to terms, leaving the Titans' top two picks as the only left unsigned.

Williams is another player who had a disappointing season in 2006. With a rookie quarterback who had plenty of his own struggles, all the blame for the swoon can't be put on the receiver, who was expected to have a great season but started slowly, had an injury and never got going.

But when current players like Tyler Clutts go on record saying there were players talking the talk and not walking the walk and it had negative effects, we get the feeling Williams could have been one of those players talking without walking.

Still, the potential is there to have a solid pro career. Williams has the speed and the height to make an impact. But like Marcus McCauley, he has some make up work to do after a lost season.

Williams' signing means all four Fresno State draftees have come to terms. Tackle Chris Denman (Buccaneers) was first. Then Dwayne Wright (RB, Bills), McCauley (CB, Vikings) and Williams followed.

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