Roy Williams stands at 6’3″, 215 pounds while Sam Hurd stands at 6’3″, 209 pounds. Roy Williams has appeared in 100 games reeling in 355 receptions for 5206 yards and 42 touchdowns.
In his seven seasons in the NFL, only once has Williams gone over the 1,000 yard mark. That came in 2006, when he played under Mike Martz as the head coach. He reeled in 82 receptions for 1310 yards and seven touchdowns that season.
In three seasons in Dallas, Williams was labeled a bust, not even breaking 600 yards in one of the seasons.
Hurd, has spent all five of his NFL seasons with Dallas appearing in 62 games, reeling in 45 receptions for 630 yards and two touchdowns.
He will likely take over Rashied Davis’s role on special teams, he will have to earn his way into the offensive plans.
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