In year two of his NFL career Arizona Cardinals w

first_imgIn year two of his NFL career, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams is having an easier time adjusting to NFL work flow and likes what he sees in new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy’s offense.“I’m thinking way less,” Williams said on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Doug and Wolf show.Williams is finding things have began to slow down as the day-to-day grind of the NFL becomes easier to handle. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “Just the way I’m maneuvering right now, getting in and out of meetings, how locked in and focused I am. I guess I’m seeing the bigger picture now and everything is getting clearer because year two, things are getting easier for me.”Related LinksDavid Johnson is the latest casualty in a cruel professionQB Sam Bradford, Arizona Cardinals sticking to the planCardinals GM Keim excited as new pieces put into place at minicampIt is helping him focus on learning a new playbook, which he referred to as the “high point of my offseason.”Williams believes McCoy’s system will be well-rounded and give headaches to defenses trying to key in on one guy.“In his offense, you can get hit from anywhere. You don’t know who’s going to do it to you. It keeps the defense on their toes at all time. Man, we’re good,” Williams said.Establishing himself as a number two, three or four option behind Larry Fitzgerald would be a huge plus for an offense with a new coordinator and new starting quarterback.Besides Fitzgerald, last season the Cardinals had no other pass catchers record more than 33 receptions and only one other player with more than 500 receiving yards. – / 9 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 3 Comments   Share   Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires (AP Photo/Matt York)last_img


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