Keiland Williams, RB, N/A: Fantasy Football Outlook
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Football > Players > N/A > Keiland Williams

Keiland Williams, RB, N/A

Position NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
RB --- Active 5 years 27 5'11 230 @kwill35

There is no 2013 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2013 profile:

2013 Outlook:  

During his rookie season, Williams showed he is an all-around back, but one that has backup or a limited role player's potential. The LSU product caught 39 passes, scored five touchdowns and averaged 4.0 yards on his 65 rush attempts. The 5-11, 223 pounder also demonstrated little wiggle when toting the ball, which limits his upside should the need for him to start arise. Forget fantasy value; Williams will need to out-duel rookies Roy Helu Jr. and Evan Royster to make the roster, two players who appear to have great long-term potential. Even if he winds up in a position for touches, don't expect much.

Last updated on Aug-16-2011 by Ben Standig
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