Rookie wide receiver Terrance Williams returned to practice on Sunday, after missing a pair of practices and each of the team’s first two preseason games with a concussion, suffered during a practice session a little over a week ago.
“It felt good and it was good to finally get back in after watching,” Williams said, per ESPN Dallas. “Just a matter of listening to what the doctor was saying, but getting the mental reps in and paying attention to what coach Garrett was saying and try not to make those mistakes on some of the things that he was talking about during the meetings.”
One of the Cowboys’ two third round picks in last April’s draft, Williams practiced as the No. 3 receiver on Sunday and expects to make his Cowboys debut against the Cardinals in the desert on Saturday.
“I have to continue to keep proving myself on the practice field and getting advice,” the Baylor product said Sunday. “I'm trying to get better and I thought today I did.”
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