Nick Williams | Titans WR

Date of Birth:  11/23/1990
Age:  27
Height  5'10"
Weight:   184
College:  Connecticut
Drafted:  2013 | Undrafted
Depth Chart:  3rd string

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Nick Williams | Titans WR

The Titans signed Nick Williams.

Williams spent the summer with the Titans, and now he's back to fill a reserve receiver role. He should also contribute on special teams. Williams can currently be ignored for fantasy purposes.

Nick Williams | Titans WR

Nick Williams has been waived by the Titans.

Williams received some first-team work in the preseason and caught a touchdown, but he just misses the 53-man roster. Williams should receive interest from other teams.

Nick Williams | Titans WR

The Titans signed former Falcons wide receiver Nick Williams.

Williams is an undrafted free agent from 2013, and he spent the last three seasons in Atlanta with the Falcons. Williams had 17 receptions for 159 yards and two touchdowns in 2015, but he's had only eight receptions for 89 yards over the last two seasons as he's spent a lot of time on the practice squad. Williams will likely have to contribute on special teams to make the final roster for the Titans this season. He's not a fantasy option at the moment.

Nick Williams | Titans WR

Nick Williams caught three passes for 30 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bills.

Williams had an offensive role on Sunday because of injuries to Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu, and he made his first receptions of the season. He can stay on the waiver wire as the Falcons head into their Week 5 bye.

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