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WR Williams says no more dropped passes

Roy Williams is not longer the hot shot new wide out on the Cowboys, and with that he’s already stating that he wants to be a better wide out in terms of not dropping so many passes in the 10 season:

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams vowed Wednesday that the eight dropped passes that plagued him in 2009 will not happen again next season. “I bet anybody in this world I won’t be close to that [in 2010],” said Williams, who was participating in the team’s annual sponors’ golf outing at Cowboys Golf Club on Wednesday. Williams’ eight drops ranked 12th in the NFL last season. As a team, the Cowboys dropped 32 passes. Because of that, Tony Romo was saddled with the fourth-most drops among NFL quarterbacks, according to STATS Inc. Williams said he’s catching 200 balls a week off the JUGS guns during workouts at Valley Ranch and about 40-50 passes a week from Romo.


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