Mike Williams’ Fond Memories Of TalibOctober 15th, 2012
Talib is a true team player 99 percent of the time. And Williams, who is lighting up the NFL as a deep threat this season, credits Talib with three years of regular mentoring.
“Having Talib at practice everyday and working against him and talking about what corners are trying to do, it’s helping me everyday,” Williams told Joe. “He and Ronde, they let me know how to get off of jams, what release I should use, what corners are looking at. If had to grade Talib’s impact on my career, I’d give him a good amount of credit on my career because Talib has been there since Day 1 with me.”
“As a team we gotta fight and get back. We’re here cheering for him. We know he’s got to do his time and whatever. I hope he gets out of his situation cool and gets back.”
Joe realizes loads of fans want Talib cut yesterday, but it’s not going to happen so fast, if at all.
Joe’s confident Talib won’t return in 2013 — he’s a free agent after the season — but Joe wouldn’t ditch Talib just yet. The Bucs might need him down the stretch, and there are other ways to hold Talib accountable for his actions.