Cowboys sign speedy WR and D-lineman
The Cowboys have signed a college track standout who hasn’t played football since high school and a defensive lineman to supplement an injury-plagued position.
Teddy Williams has been a standout sprinter at Texas-San Antonio for the past four years. The 6-3, 200-pound receiver last played football at John Tyler High School in Tyler. Dallas plans to work him out as a defensive back.
The Cowboys also signed defensive lineman Jimmy Saddler-McQueen from Texas A&M-Kingsville, whom the Chicago Bears cut. The Dallas Cowboys signed UT-San Antonio track athlete Teddy Williams, right, despite his not having played football since high school. Williams is designated so far as a defensive back.