The Tampa Bay Buccaneers concluded there off-season practice scheduled yesterday, but that doesn’t mean all the players will be departing One Buc Place to wind down and spend time with family before reporting to training camp on 30 July. The teams’ fourth-round pick, Mike Williams is planning on staying in town for a while longer as he and Josh Freeman will continue to workout on there own at the teams practice facility. “It’s something that he and I talked about and thought would be a good idea for us to do,” Williams said after practice on Tuesday to members of the media in attendance.
Williams who has been getting plenty of praise during OTAs has seen his reps with the first-team offense increase this off-season as he continues to show a better grasp of the playbook and flash big play potential.
With the team looking for a legitimate No. 1 receiver to emerge from a crowded pack. The continued continuity and chemistry that’s being forged between Williams and Freeman could go a long way in Williams becoming the No. 1 option for Freeman.
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