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Javarris Williams
RB #40
Height:
5-10
Weight:
223
Age:
28
College:
Tennessee State
Experience:
1

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Biography

Pro Career: Compact runner enters his second training camp with Kansas City in 2010 ... Spent the first 11 games of the 2009 season on the practice squad before being promoted to the 53-man roster for the final five contests ... Also has the ability to play special teams ... Played in four games as a rookie, registering six carries for six yards.

Pro Career: Compact runner enters his second training camp with Kansas City in 2010 ... Spent the first 11 games of the 2009 season on the practice squad before being promoted to the 53-man roster for the final five contests ... Also has the ability to play special teams ... Played in four games as a rookie, registering six carries for six yards.

Transactions: Signed with Kansas City (12/5/09) ... Added to Kansas City’s practice squad (9/6/09) ... Released by Kansas City (9/5/09) ... Signed with Kansas City (7/23/09) ... Selected by Kansas City with the club’s first of three picks in the seventh round (212nd overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft.

2009: Played in four games ... Was active, but did not play in one game ... Had six carries for six yards ... Spent the first 11 games on the practice squad and was promoted to the 53-man roster on December 5th ... Recorded one rush in his initial NFL game vs. Denver (12/6) ... Registered three carries for 10 yards at Denver (1/3/10).

College: Played in 43 games with 33 starts at Tennessee State ... Rushed 849 times for 4,329 yards (5.1 avg.) with 42 TDs ... Added 58 receptions for 788 yards (13.6 avg.) with two scores ... Tallied three consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons ... Ranked first in Tennessee State history with 4,329 rushing yards and 42 rushing TDs ... His 849 rushing attempts and 44 total TDs ranked second in school annals, while his 264 points were third ... Finished ninth in school history and first among running backs with 5,117 yards from scrimmage ... Started 10 games as a senior in 2008 ... Rushed 207 times for 1,037 yards with 15 TDs and caught 19 passes for 245 yards with a TD ... Recorded five 100-yard rushing games ... Named first-team All-America by the American Football Coaches Association ... Earned first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference accolades and was named the conference Offensive Player of the Year ... Started 11 games as a junior in 2007 ... Carried the ball 195 times for 1,187 yards with 12 TDs and added 14 catches for 240 yards ... Tallied seven 100-yard rushing games ... Saw action in 11 contests (seven starts) as a sophomore in 2006 ... Produced 245 carries for 1,233 yards with 11 TDs and 13 receptions for 210 yards with a TD ... Had six 100-yard rushing games ... Named second-team All-OVC and the OVC Sophomore of the Year ... His 1,233 rushing yards ranked as the third-highest single-season total in school history ... Played in 11 games (five starts) as a true freshman in 2005 ... Rushed 202 times for 872 yards with four TDs and caught 12 passes for 93 yards ... Recorded three 100-yard rushing games ... His 872 rushing yards were the highest seasonal total by a freshman in Tennessee State history ... Earned a degree in Computer Business Systems from Tennessee State.

Personal:

• Earned All-Houston Area, all-district and all-Texas first-team honors as a senior at Foster High School in Richmond, Texas.

• Was a second-team Class 4A All-State selection.

• Won a district title in the long jump as a track and field athlete.

• Full name: Javarris Jamiel Williams.

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