Corey Williams is not happy. The Browns d-linemen is speaking out stating in today’s Plain Dealer that he has not been happy with the way he has been used from the start of the season. “I haven’t been happy about it since day one,” the Browns’ defensive lineman said in today’s PD. “I’m not going to go all the way into it about how I feel about it, but I haven’t been happy at all. That’s anybody. Anybody wants to play. I want to play as much as I can.”
Williams was supposed to be one of the defensive building blocks as he was brought over in a trade with the Packers. He hasn’t been the type of impact player the Browns thought they were getting, and now it appears that the frustration level that has been building between he and the team has finally come to the surface.
This season he is 18th on the team with 16 tackles. He also has two sacks. The paper says he’s probably going to try and get moved this offeseason. “I know I could turn some heads inside,” he said. “That’s what I do. That’s who I am. I know I could go anywhere and start. I just love being down on the inside because stuff happens more quickly. Out there on that end, stuff happens slow and I don’t like that.”