Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams to play in Mexico with the Tijuana Greyhounds
Wide receiver Terrance Williams, who was a teammate of Dak Prescott in the Dallas Cowboys, will play with the Tijuana Greyhounds of the LFA in Mexico.
Wide receiver Terrance Williams, who a few years ago was with the Dallas Cowboys alongside quarterbacks Tony Romo and current starter Dak Prescott, will now play football in Mexico.
The Tijuana Greyhounds (Galgos de Tijuana) of the LFA, the professional American football league in Mexico, announced that he was joining their team
Terrance Williams’ time with the Dallas Cowboys
During his time with the Dallas team he played in 83 games, totaling 232 receptions for 3,377 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Williams graduated from Baylor University and was selected in the 2013 Draft with the 74th pick by the Dallas Cowboys.
Terrance Williams has played in other leagues
A foot injury sidelined him from the National Football League in the 2018 season. Since then, he has gone through several teams in the XFL and the Canadian Football League.
Terrance Williams expected to beef up Greyhounds
Williams joins the Galgos for the start of the 2023 season, and the team hopes that his arrival will give them a much-needed boost.
The Greyhounds made their debut in the LFA last season, but they couldn’t rack up many victories. This campaign, the professional American football league in Mexico will have 10 participating teams.
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