The Dallas Cowboys officially brought third round pick Terrance Williams into the fold on Tuesday, signing the receiver to a four-year deal, per a source in contact with the Dallas Morning News. The deal is worth around $2.73 million.
Williams is a local kid, a product of WT White High School in North Dallas and Baylor University. As a senior with the Bears in 2012, he posted some gaudy numbers, including 97 catches, 1,832 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Coming into camp, Williams is expected to compete with Dwayne Harris, among others, for the No. 3 receiver job.
Dallas has now signed four of their seven 2013 draft picks, with Williams joining fourth rounder BW Webb (CB, William & Mary), fifth rounder Joseph Randle (RB, Oklahoma State) and DeVonte Holloman (OLB, South Carolina).
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