Corey Williams, Good Riddance

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During his introduction as the newest member of the Cleveland Browns yesterday, Corey Williams said: “I wanted out of Green Bay.” Which, as Greg Bedard points out, is exactly the opposite of what he was saying six weeks ago.

I guess he could be sore about being franchised, but is that enough to justify this kind of a change? Williams was a good player and he was very productive over the past two years. I think he could continue to do well in Cleveland. But I also think there is a huge Cletidus Hunt possibility for a guy who had developed the reputation of playing either extremely well or being somewhat lazy.

Either way, if he wanted out, I’m glad he’s gone.

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One Response to “Corey Williams, Good Riddance”

  1. register_allocation Says:

    I thought his comments make him sound kinda… needy:

    I feel like I am wanted [in Cleveland]. It feels like home to me [snip] I already feel like I got the love that I have been looking for. [snip] [A]s soon as I walked through the door I felt the love. They were welcoming me and it made me feel like I was at home.”

    Maybe he’s just sucking up to the Cleveland media, the Browns and their fans?

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