WR - FA
This Week Outlook
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting the Cowboys have declined the option on WR Terrance Williams' contract.
No surprise here. Despite all of the issues at wideout for the Cowboys prior to the Amari Cooper acquisition, Williams not only failed to step up and contribute, but he also failed to take the field. After battling off the field issues -- he was suspended by the league for three games in November -- and a nagging foot injury which landed him on IR in October, Williams will end his career in Dallas with a 2/18/0 stat line on three targets while only appearing in three 2018 contests. This, nearly one year removed from signing a four-year $17 million deal last March to remain with the Cowboys. Williams will attempt to rekindle his stalled career with a new club in 2019.
The Cowboys' already thin receiving corps will be even more short-handed for the next four weeks as Terrance Williams has been suspended for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy. Williams will miss this game in Washington, then a Week 9 Monday Night matchup with Tennessee and Week 10 in Philly.
Williams has made no fantasy impact at all this season, catching only two balls for 18 yards. He can be dropped in all formats
Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams is a healthy inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Detroit Lions.
With the Cowboys passing game struggling through the first three weeks, they are clearly trying to shake things up. Once thought to have the potential of a number one wide receiver for the Cowboys, Williams has now fallen far enough down the depth chart to wind up inactive this week.
Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams caught one pass for 12 yards in Sunday's 20-13 win over the Giants.
Williams caught his only target on Sunday night and now has just two catches on three targets through the team's first two games. He should be on the bench or the waiver wire in most standard fantasy formats.
Terrance Williams caught one of his two targets for just six yards in the team's Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
The Dallas offense as a whole struggled against a tough Carolina defense on Sunday, with Cole Beasley (seven catches for 73 yards) being the only wide receiver who was able to get anything going. While there will be additional opportunities in a Dallas offense that lost Dez Bryant and Jason Witten in the offseason, Williams is nothing more than a bye week replacement at this point.