Cowboys receiver says an 0-16 Lions season could impact his legacy
Updated: November 12, 2008, 5:18 PM ETBy Matt Mosley | ESPN.com
IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams hasn't turned his back on the Detroit Lions. In fact, he's spent a fair amount of time studying their remaining schedule, saying a winless season could also affect his legacy.
I started out with that team, so if they go 0-16, I've got an asterisk by my name on that team. I hope they don't go 0-16.
-- Roy Williams
Zach Thomas, a former Red Raider. Williams grew up not far from Lubbock in Odessa. He said Wednesday that Tech coach Mike Leach once promised him 100 catches a season if he'd become a Red Raider. Williams said he didn't believe him, and chose Texas. "It looks like I would've had about 130 balls," he joked. Matt Mosley covers the NFC East for ESPN.com.
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