Connor Williams Stats

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Height / Weight 6'5"  /  312 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) May 12, 1997 (27)
Experience 7 seasons
Drafted 2018  /  Rd. 2  /  Pk. 50   (DAL)
College Texas

Season Stats

PASSING RUSHING RECEIVING DEFENSE
SEASON TEAM GP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG ATT YDS AVG TD REC TGTS YDS TD SCK INT FF FR FPTS/G FPTS
2018DAL13000000000000000.00.0
2019DAL11000000000000000.00.0
2020DAL16000000000000000.00.0
2021DAL17000000000000000.00.0
2022MIA17000000000000000.00.0
2023MIA9000000000000000.00.0
Career 83 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

Game Log

PASSING RUSHING RECEIVING DEFENSE
DATE TEAM OPP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG ATT YDS AVG TD REC TGTS YDS TD SCK INT FF FR FPTS
1Sep 10, 2023MIALAC000000000000000.0
2Sep 17, 2023MIANE000000000000000.0
3Sep 24, 2023MIADEN000000000000000.0
5Oct 8, 2023MIANYG000000000000000.0
9Nov 5, 2023MIAKC000000000000000.0
11Nov 19, 2023MIALV000000000000000.0
12Nov 24, 2023MIANYJ000000000000000.0
13Dec 3, 2023MIAWAS000000000000000.0
14Dec 11, 2023MIATEN000000000000000.0

Connor Williams News

Connor Williams  • OL  •  Cowboys

Connor Williams In Discussions With Multiple Teams

Former Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins free-agent center Connor Williams (knee), who is coming off season-ending knee surgery, expects to be ready for the start of the 2024 regular season and is in discussions with multiple teams about where to play this year. Williams plans to pick his new team before training camp begins at the end of July. The 27-year-old former second-round selection by the Cowboys in the 2018 NFL draft out of Texas only played in nine games with Miami in 2023 before landing on Injured Reserve with a torn ACL. He has started 77 of the 83 games he's appeared in over the course of his six seasons in the NFL, but it remains to be seen what his role will be in 2024, which will likely depend on which team he lands with on the open market.
Jun 19   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams Lost For Season With Torn ACL

Miami Dolphins center Connor Williams (knee) was diagnosed with a torn ACL and will be lost for the remainder of the season. Williams injured his knee during his team's Week 14 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. Head coach Mike McDaniel confirmed to reporters on Tuesday that Williams tore his ACL. Williams is an excellent run-blocker, so his absence will be felt the most by running backs Raheem Mostert and De'Von Achane.
Dec 13   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams Ruled Out With Knee Injury On Monday

Miami Dolphins center Connor Williams (knee) left their game on Monday night with a knee injury and after initially being listed as questionable to return, he was downgraded to out. That's now the third starting offensive lineman to go down with an injury for the Dolphins. They'll have to shuffle around some people as Liam Eichenberg is listed as the backup for three different spots on the line. The running game and pass protection could get very iffy and it will be something to watch for the rest of the game against the Titans.
Dec 12   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams Wants New Contract

Miami Dolphins center Connor Williams hasn't been present for mandatory minicamp this week as he seeks a new contract. Williams didn't show up to voluntary organized team activities either, which was expected. The Dolphins could work something out with the 26-year-old rather quickly, but in the meantime he'll be missing valuable repetitions with the offense. The former second-rounder in 2018 started all 17 games at center for the Dolphins in his first year in Miami after spending the first four years of his NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys. Until Williams returns to the team, Dan Feeney and Alama Uluave will likely split reps at the pivot.
Jun 6   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams Moving To Center?

Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Connor Williams continues to play center with his new team during organized team activities this offseason. "I think I've really enjoyed this position," Williams said. "I think definitely in this offense, in this scheme, playing center brings out my strengths. They've been very patient with me learning the position and learning the ins and outs with it as growing pains. I've enjoyed it. I've enjoyed the transition." Williams played left guard in his first four seasons in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys, but it appears the Dolphins are serious about moving him to center full time in 2022.
Jun 3   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams An Option To Play Center

Miami Dolphins left guard Connor Williams, a free-agent acquisition from the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, has been splitting his time between guard and center during the team's offseason program and is being viewed as an option to play center if the team wants to go in that direction, according to multiple sources. The Dolphins coaching staff is experimenting with offensive linemen at different positions this offseason. Michael Deiter started nine games at center in 2021 and was decent. If Deiter or Williams don't start at center, the Dolphins could sign free-agent starter J.C. Tretter, although they weren't actively pursuing him before the draft. The Dolphins also think Austin Jackson, a former starter at left tackle and left guard, can be productive at right tackle. He's been working there during the offseason program.
May 4   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Dolphins

Connor Williams Signing With Dolphins

Former Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Connor Williams is signing a two-year, $14 million deal that includes $7.5 million fully guaranteed on Tuesday with the Miami Dolphins, according to his agents, Drew Rosenhaus and Ryan Matha. Williams played his first four seasons with the Cowboys after they made him a second-round pick in 2018 out of Texas. The 24-year-old wasn't good in 2021, though, leading the league in holding penalties, which caused him to lose his starting left guard job midway through the season. He'll need to be much better with his new team if he hopes to stick on the starting offensive line throughout the year.
Mar 15   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Cowboys

Connor Williams Out For The Year

Dallas Cowboys left guard Connor Williams (knee) suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Thanksgiving Day and will be out for the rest of the season, according to sources. Williams missed one game because of surgery to his left knee. He'll be replaced by Xavier Su'a-Filo the rest of the way. It's certainly a downgrade for Dallas' running game and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The Cowboys have a tough matchup with Chicago's strong defensive front next Thursday.
Nov 29   
Connor Williams  • OL  •  Cowboys

Connor Williams Expected to Start at Left Guard

Dallas Cowboys rookie offensive lineman Connor Williams is expected to start at left guard this season. The second-round pick played left tackle in college, but with Tyron Smith there on the Cowboys line, the rookie will make the move to guard. Assuming he plays to his ability, the Cowboys will have their offensive line be a strength yet again this season.
Jul 13   
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