Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams remain good friends from their days together at Baylor. But when the teams meet on Sunday night in Arlington, they’ll wait until after the final whistle to engage in any sort of reunion.
“During the game, I can’t talk to him,” Williams said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “After the game, I sure will be able to talk to him.”
In Griffin’s Heisman-winning season of 2011, Williams caught 59 passes for 957 yards and 11 touchdowns. One of those touchdowns came against Oklahoma, probably the marquee win of the season for Baylor, and Griffin.
“Terrance is a great player, and he knows how I feel about him, and I’m glad he’s able to shine down there in Dallas,” Griffin said. “All the guys that are in the league--him, Josh Gordon, Kendall Wright--all my receivers that are playing well with other teams, it gives you flashbacks to what we did in college, and that was a lot of fun to watch. And hopefully we’ll all reunite eventually.”
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