Let it be known, Terrance Williams is entering the 2016 NFL season with a big chip on his shoulder.
The Dallas Cowboys' wide receiver has entered the team's OTAs with killer instinct, and is reminding his teammates that no one cares for a repeat of the 4-12 season that the team had last season.
Accountability will be a huge factor for the Boys' in 2016, something that the team's No.2 wide receiver is well aware of. He was seen getting into a scuffle with at practice with defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford. This was not out of frustration, but rather an attempt to motivate and push his teammates to greater heights.
Williams was overheard telling Crawford to "Show me. Don't tell me."
Last season was extremely frustrating for the Cowboys and Williams is no exception. He only managed to top 100 yards in a game once in the absence of quarterback Tony Romo. The absence of primary wideout Dez Bryant compounded his already precarious situation, as defences began to key solely on him throughout the season.
It's fantastic to see the drive and passion that Williams is already bringing to the team. Expect bigger things from him once the season is underway.
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