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Bucs’ Williams wont let injuries define his career

by Roland Johnson on August 31, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Carnell “Cadillac” Williams, the one time rookie of the year, is not willing to let injuries define his career. Williams who spoke at length with Tom Balog, of the Herald-Tribune.com.

Williams not willing to let injuries define his career

Williams not willing to let injuries define his career

“I’m not out to get payback or show anybody I’m back,” Williams said. “I’m just chasing something that I love to do. This is what I do and this is what I want to do. Therefore, some injury, I just don’t want that to define my career. So hopefully from here on out, things will be good.”

It’s still early, but Williams must prove, as we have stated before that he can handle the rigors of being an NFL running back. Which up to this point he has not been able to successfully accomplish, but with the team expecting him to spearhead the 2-2-1 rotation this coming season he might be able manage his health and repay the team for being patient with him as he rehabbed for nearly two years.

Raheem Morris‘ heart-to-heart with second year defensive tackle Dre’ Moore has payed big dividends this off-season. Morris who called Moore to his office, told Moore exactly what he though of him and was willing to give him a second chance at a fresh start.

Moore revealed he is up to 330 pounds due in part becuase of a rigorous weight training regiment this off-season, but more importantly he has become  a student of the game -  has been doing the little things in meetings and film study, which have greatly enhanced his value to the team and his ability to make plays on the field.

Brad Biggs, of The National Football Post is reporting that the Bucs have informed 2008  second round pick, receiver Dexter Jackson that he will be released..

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