SKERZ: I agree with you on the guard situation. If we don't get Warmack, there is Larry Warford in the later rounds. However, if Fisher is gone at OT, and he will probably be so, we don't need to go into FA for an OT. There are plenty of excellent OT players we can pick-up in the later rounds as well.
We can start with D.J. Fluker. Then there is Ricky Wagner out of Wisconsin and C. Long's brother Kyle we could get in rounds 4-6. So, FA is not going to be an option this year as Jeff Fisher as already stated the Rams are not going to be much of player this year. retroram
Terrence Williams (6-foot-2, 201 pounds) , Baylor has developed steady hands in a series of unorthodox workouts at Athletes Performance outside of Dallas in Frisco, Texas. Under the guidance of former NFL receivers Raghib Ismail and Tim Brown, Williams has focused on sharpening his receiving skills. Throughout the routines, the ex-Notre Dame wideouts have stressed the importance of maintaining proper techniques while running routes and securing the ball.
“He still has it,” Williams said of Ismail. “He was showing us with our get-off how to take front steps off the line. We're just trying to learn new things that can help us focus on the ball.”
In a typical drill, Williams will field 10 balls from the front, 10 from the back, 10 low passes and 10 over-the-shoulder throws. The most challenging station, Williams said, is one where he must cover one of his eyes while snaring low balls near ground-level. The instructors require the prospects to repeat any of the drills if they struggle.
With his burst off the line and ability to adjust to poor throws, Williams is projected to be the first receiver selected in April's NFL Draft by [NFL.com]. Williams met with the head coaches and general managers of the [Dolphins], [Vikings] and [Bucs] in Mobile.