Cowboys fans will likely have their first chance to see rookie receiver Terrance Williams in Saturday’s preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals. He was held out of both the Hall of Fame game win over the Dolphins and last week’s loss to the Raiders after suffering a concussion in practice.
Understandably, Williams is excited to make his debut.
"It feels pretty good,” Williams told reporters this week, per ESPN Dallas. “Finally, I get a chance to go out there and play against a different color. It's just a matter of just being comfortable and going out there and showing what I can do."
If he can stay healthy, the Baylor product will likely open the season as the Cowboys’ No. 3 receiver, behind Dez Bryant and Miles Austin.
"I'm still looking at it day by day," Williams said. "I just want to keep building to where I know it 100 percent in the stuff that I'm doing. It's stuff I'm trying to put together, instead of listening to the whole thing."
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