Roy Williams started his professional football career by playing for the Oklahoma Sooners as a safety. He played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2002 until 2008. He then played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2009 through 2010. He is currently working as a sports reporter for Oklahoma Sooner football games. From 2003 to 2007, he earned five Pro Bowl selections. He received the All-American award in 2001 while playing football for Oklahoma. He attended James Logan High School in Union City, California. Football awards include the Jack Tatum Trophy, Jim Thorpe Award and the Bronco Nagurski Trophy during the 2001 football season.Check Read the rest of this entry »
Sure you know Roy Williams. You found some direct tv deals so you can get ALL his games and you’ve even met him at a charity event or done some research or even read his biographybut how well do you know the man’s intricate quirks? Here are a few Roy Williams facts the most dedicated fan should know.
Roy was born in Germany. Williams was born to a military family and spent many of his young formative years in the small towns of the nation.
When Williams played at UNC Chapel Hill he played under legendary coach Dean Smith. He actually kept stats for Smith and helped him coach summer camps so he could learn more from the coach.
As an assistant coach at North Carolina he was the loudest voice pushing for the recruitment of Michael Jordan, basketball’s best all time player.
Williams and his wife Wanda have two children (a girl and a boy) as well as 5 godchildren, but no grandchildren as of yet. His personal biography came out in 2010 and has a lot of personal details.
Roy Williams, an all-american safety in special teams for the Cincinnati Bengals, was drafted into the NFL in the first round as the 8th pick in 2002. That was when he first debuted for the Dallas Cowboys. Before becoming a succcessful NFL star, he was a starter on the undefeated 2000 Oklahoma Sooners team. The Sooners won 2000 NCAA DI-A championships, setting a school record for tackles for loss by a defensive back with 12. This was all during his sophomore season there. The following year in 2001, which was his junior year, Williams won the Bronko Read the rest of this entry »
Though he would come to be one of the hardest hitting and most feared strong safeties of his decade of college football, Roy Williams entered the Oklahoma Football program during one of its low periods. The Sooner’s were wrapping up a losing season, the last of the three preceding the Bob Stoops football reign for Oklahoma University. Before the powerhouse safety that would go on to win a place in five pro bowls became the star Read the rest of this entry »
There were a little surprise/shock that popped up from yearly spring football of Oklahoma’s match along with they completely set out in the stats. The successively backs were an interest area everybody was paying attention in with Brennan Clay Brandon, Williams as well as Roy Finch being the figures of key. On the other hand, it was Dominique Whaley pinching on demonstrate. Drew Allen comes into view to still encompass a small improvement on Blake Bell in addition to there may perhaps be a new kicker Read the rest of this entry »
Roy Lee Williams, born August 14, 1980 in Redwood City, California, is a professional football player for the NFL. He is currently on the Cincinnati Bengals, but was initially drafted by the Dallas Cowboys as the eighth overall pick in the 2002 NFL Draft. Before his successful NFL career he had a prolific career at the University of Oklahoma. Roy Williams was the starting Safety on the undefeated 2000 National Championship team. During that year, he set a school record for tackles for a loss by a defensive back with 12. In 2001, he won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, recognizing him as the nation’s Read the rest of this entry »