Bucs Keeping an Eye on the Cadillac Williams Comeback

Cadillac Williams
Today’s St. Petersburg Times reports that the Bucs are keeping a close eye on the comeback again of running back Cadillac Williams:

The Bucs are in their first week of official offseason workouts, giving teammates an opportunity to assess RB Cadillac Williams’ progress in his comeback from a second severe knee injury in 15 months. Asked about Williams this week, RB Earnest Graham said, “His spirits are fine. Cadillac’s not a guy who gets too down on himself. He’s around doing a lot of stuff right now, cutting and doing some things. It’s not even near (as bad) as the other injury.”

The Bucs are under no pressure to rush Williams after signing free-agent RB Derrick Ward. But his second patellar tendon tear in as many seasons — one in each knee — is considered less severe than the one he sustained in 2007 to his right knee, which involved a separation of the tendon from the bone, as opposed to a rupture. Williams has said doctors told him the recovery time should be shorter.


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