Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston has a powerful mentor in Redskins personnel executive Doug Williams, who befriended him in the NCAA.
Robert Griffin III “can’t do it alone.” That’s the message Redskins legend Doug Williams had for the quarterback entering his third season.
Former Redskins Super Bowl-winning quarterback Doug Williams declined comment on the team’s name controversy, telling 106.7 The Fan you’re gonna lose “no matter what side of the fence you’re gonna be on.”
After 15 years, Doug Williams is coming back to the Washington Redskins to work in the front office.
Can you believe it’s been 25 years since Doug Williams led the Redskins to a 42-10 rout of the Broncos to win their second Super Bowl? Doug Williams can’t either.
Doug Williams isn’t Jackie Robinson. He didn’t suffer a torrent of racial abuse on a daily basis. But 24 years ago this Sunday, Williams did leave an indelible mark on sports, in Washington and on America by becoming the first black quarterback to start, and win, a Super Bowl.