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Cardinals’ WR Chad Williams Rookie Camp and College Arrest Stories…



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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…


There has been a small wave of positive stories about Chad Williams coming from Arizona. So much hype it made me think of how great Bruce Arians proclaimed Robert Nkemdiche was. Guess what? Not so much…as we predicted. The Rookie Derangement Syndrome for Arizona right now seems to be with Chad Williams.

See our full scouting report and grades on Chad Williams on our home page/player index. Also, see where we rank him in our weekly Dynasty Rookie Draft rankings. Check out these two stories on Williams, one of them usually not mentioned in any scouting of him…or if it is it’s labeled sanitarily as ‘off-field trouble’. You can be the judge…





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