|Date of birth:||January 25, 1971|
|Place of birth:||Dallas, Texas|
|NFL Draft:||1993 / Round: 2 / Pick: 46|
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Kevin Ray Williams (born January 25, 1971 in Dallas, Texas) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League who played for the Dallas Cowboys, the Arizona Cardinals, the Buffalo Bills, and the San Francisco 49ers.
In 1991 he was the Big East special teams player of the year and received first-team All-Big East honors, after setting the conference record with 3 punts returned for touchdowns. In 1992 injuries made him slipped to second-team All-Big East.
He was part of the Hurricane's 1991 National Championship team.
Williams was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2nd round of the 1993 NFL Draft. His best moment as a rookie came in the infamous Thanksgiving game against the Miami Dolphins, where he scored all of the team's points (except the conversions).
His speed and return abilities were always valued during his time with the Cowboys, but after the departure of Alvin Harper in 1995, he received the opportunity as the starting wide receiver opposite to Michael Irvin. That season against the Arizona Cardinals he had the sixth best single game receiving total in franchise history with 203 yards.
San Francisco 49ersEdit
Williams finished his 8 year career with the 49ers in 2000, finishing with 178 receptions for 2,314 yards and 7 touchdowns, 7,309 kickoff return yards with 1 touchdown and 2,295 yards and 3 touchdowns on punt returns.
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