Dallas receiver Roy Williams figures it's pointless to watch film from his 10 games with the Cowboys last season. There's nothing Williams really wants to see.
But with Terrell (TER'-el) Owens cut, then picked up by Buffalo Williams now gets his chance to be a top receiver for Dallas. The Cowboys acquired Williams in the middle of last season from struggling Detroit, giving up first- and third-round draft picks and a $45 million contract extension through 2013.
Williams says the pressure is on him and that's how he wants it to be. The offseason work began in February, a month before Owens was released, when Williams started running routes and catching passes from Tony Romo.