The Facts: Williams, who was placed on injured reserve with an ankle/leg injury he suffered on Dec. 18, said he is off crutches and rehabbing at the team's headquarters. He indicated that he might not be ready to take part in OTAs and minicamps, which begin in mid-April. "I'm just really focused on having a great offseason and getting back to form," he said.
Diehards Line:Williams added: "This past season I came into camp and [within] a couple of days I had a foot [injury], and then I had a hamstring, then I had a back. I just never really got going. I was always fighting something along the way. ..." Last season, that included his weight. His plan for improving on a disappointing 2011 season includes playing at a lower weight. "I've got to get better, I've got to get faster, I've got to get more explosive. I won't be playing at 240 [pounds] this year. I'm going to go down and go a lot lower than that just to give myself the best chance," the receiver said. Weight issues were part of the reason Williams was out of football for two seasons prior to joining the Seahawks in 2010. The contract extension he signed later that season includes a weight clause. Williams suggested that he has played at 240 pounds in the past -- he's been listed at 235 the past two seasons -- but added, "I've got to take a different step and really give myself a chance to be the player that I can be and that I know I am."