Mike Williams “Could Play” SundayMarch 24th, 2014
Well, the Williams Camp has spoken. And, no, it’s not Bucs wide receiver Mike Williams. It’s his agent.
Hadley Engelhard, who represents Williams, downplayed the severity of Williams getting knifed by his brother, who by the way remains a fugitive and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Though, obviously, it is the offseason, Engelhard told Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune that if Williams’ brother decided to plunge a blade into Williams’ thigh in the same manner during the season, Williams could still play a football game come Sunday.
@RCummingsTBO: WR Mike Williams stabbing injury required 3 stitches, according to agent Hadley Engelhard. “If he had to play Sun. he could” Engelhard said
Three stitches isn’t much, but if the torch and pitchfork crowd, which has turned on Williams in a way that is downright scary to Joe, gets its way, those three stitches will cost Williams his Tampa Bay career and millions upon millions of dollars.
Joe just wonders how many of the loud crowd screaming for Williams’ scalp are also the same ones who cried bloody murder when helmet-wielding, gun-totin,’ pistol-whipping, granny-hassling Aqib Talib was traded?
If Williams is truly released over this, then Joe hopes no Bucs player happens to get T-boned by a driver blowing a red light. How dare the player be driving through the intersection!