The Miami Dolphins needed to add some veteran to the offensive line over the offseason and the team did just that by signing Terron Armstead and Connor Williams. When Williams signed with the team, it was expected that he would be playing guard but when OTA’s began, Williams was splitting time between center and guard. Though reporters cannot report where players are lining up during minicamp, Williams spoke during the week and he is expecting to be the teams starting center.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Connor Williams expecting to play center for the Dolphins - ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys thought Connor Williams would fit at center, so they had a plan to try him there when Pro Bowler Travis Frederick abruptly retired a year after returning from Guillain-Barre syndrome. Williams never played center, remaining at left guard once the 2020 season opened.
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