The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... According to CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora, Williams is going to get a massive payday. Teams are thinking he gets $12M a year, and maybe more.
Diehards Line: As previously noted, Williams believes he's a true go-to receiver in the NFL. "I definitely feel like I'm a No. 1 receiver," Williams said while cleaning out his locker at the end of the season. "So I want to make sure that I clean up all of the little things in route running and blocking, to make sure I solidify myself as a No. 1." Working alongside Keenan Allen, Williams finished with 41 catches for 653 receiving yards and five total touchdowns in 2018. He totaled 155 receptions for 2,530 receiving yards and 17 total touchdowns in four years. With Allen out for the season because of a torn ACL knee injury, Williams had his best season in 2016, leading the team in receptions (69), receiving yards (1,059) and tying for the team lead with seven receiving touchdowns. Possible landing spots that could make sense for Williams include the Seahawks or joining former receivers coach Nick Sirianni and offensive coordinator Frank Reich with the Indianapolis Colts.