AP Image Ricky Williams, the former running back for the New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens has revealed why he retired for the first time in 2004 while a member of the Dolphins. It was down to one simple thing. Quarterbacks. In 2003, the Dolphins started three quarterbacks – Sage Rosenfels, Jay Fielder and Brian Griese (son of former Dolphins legend, Bob...
Once a pothead, always a pothead. At least, that’s what people seem to think about former NFL running back Ricky Williams. Earlier this week, Williams was asked for his thoughts about the NFL changing its marijuana rules in the new league drug policy. The 37-year-old insists he would have never even ended up in the...Read More
Ricky Williams won a Heisman Trophy in college and was a Pro Bowler during his time in the NFL. Now the former running back has landed a coacing job.
Williams, 36, has landed a job coaching running backs at the Universtiy of the Incarnate World in San Antonio, TX.
UT sports information director John Bianco says Williams has agreed to work with running backs at UIW on his days off...
Former Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams will be back on the gridiron come fall. The running back will join the coaching staff at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, according to Pete Roussel of Coaching Search. The Cardinals are joining the FCS Southland Conference for the 2013 season. Williams was the 1998 Heisman Trophy winner while at the University...
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Running back Ricky Williams said he disagrees with the conclusion drawn from evidence that states concussions inevitably lead to brain trauma later in life.
The Baltimore Ravens placed running back Ricky Williams on the reserve/retired list last Friday. By placing Williams on the reserve/retired list, the Ravens would retain Williams’ rights should he return for the 2012 season. Williams, 34, is under contract through next season, but Baltimore gets to take his $1.5 million base salary off its salary [...]
Baltimore Ravens running back Ricky Williams will turn 35 before the start of of the 2012 season, but he’s still going strong and has no plans of retiring anytime soon. “My body feels good, and I know I’m going to train hard, and so I’m excited about next year,” Williams said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “I’ve grown [...]