Williams could go from one of the best stories in the NFL to out of the league in the span of just two years. Somehow, that's the most NFL story of all. Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times believes that Williams and 2009 third-round pick Deon Butler are among those on the roster bubble. Reported by NFL.com
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HC Pete Carroll resurrected his former USC star from the ashes in 2010. After being out of the NFL two years, Williams led the Seahawks with 65 catches and 751 yards. He was a legitimate Comeback Player of the Year candidate. He was the No. 1 receiver on a team that won a playoff game. But things change quickly in the NFL. Williams fell off the map during an injury-plagued 2011, putting up only 236 yards in 12 games. He's coming off a broken leg and is no longer a lock
to make the Seahawks' roster (it's not clear if Williams will be ready for training camp). Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, and Golden Tate should be locks. Williams and Butler are battling for spots with guys like Ben Obomanu, 2011 fourth-rounder Kris Durham, and Ricardo Lockette, who appears to be a player worth watching.