Let’s end this weekend on a fun note:
The 4th string tight end usually isn’t a guy on the roster you know too well. But this season, whenever I hear D.J. Williams’ name, I’ll remember him.
Because he’s the cow wrestler.
“That works out real good, especially if you get them with the baby calf; they’re really aggressive,” Williams said, according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “That really helped. It starts out as cow-tipping but once they start charging, you have to go to defense mode.”