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Signed with the Baltimore Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/8/09 but was released by the Ravens on 7/28/09 and spent the rest of the season out of football. Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers on 5/11/10 before being released on 8/23/10. Signed by the Cardinals on 8/30/10 as a free agent before being released on 9/3/10. Signed to the Cardinals practice squad on 9/6/10 where he spent the remainder of the season. Re-signed to a future contract with the Cardinals on 1/4/11.
Started 23 of 43 career games played at Maryland, registering 64 receptions for 902 yards and five TDs … played in all 13 games as senior in 2008, starting six of the first seven games ... totaled 10 receptions for 124 yards and one TD on the season ... as a junior in 2007 started six of 13 games played ... finished second on the team with a career-high 395 receiving yards on 25 receptions ... 15.8 yards per reception was a team-best among players with at least five catches ... registered 18 of 25 receptions over the last six games of the season ... started a career-best 11 of 13 games played as a sophomore in 2006, registering a career-high 28 receptions for 329 yards and three TDs … in 2005, saw action in four games as a freshman and had one reception for four yards.
Full name Isaiah Williams … two-year letter winner and starter at Bergen (NJ) Catholic High School … set single-season school records in 2004 with 45 receptions for 897 yards and 12 TDs ... also returned nine kickoffs for 308 yards (34.2-yard average) ... named second team All-State by the Associated Press and Newark Star Ledger ... first team all-group, all-North Jersey and all-county ... team lost its first two games before running the table for a 10-2 record and the group four state championship his senior year ... a three-year letter winner in track … father, Ira, played football at Rutgers and brother, Ira Jr., played at Wake Forest from 1998-2001 ... twin sister, Tahirah, was a guard on the UConn basketball team and helped lead the Huskies to the 2009 National Championship … majored in Communications.
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