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Connor Williams

OL Miami Dolphins

#58

ACT-NFL

Bio

Height

6'5"

Age

25

College

Texas

Weight

317

Division

AFC East

Drafted

2018 Rd 2, Pk 50, DAL

Hometown

Coppell, TX, USA

Next Game

NFL Mock Draft

Dolphins

7-3

CBS

12:00pm CST

NFL Mock Draft

Texans

1-7

Las Vegas Raiders

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  • Kyle Crabbs
  • March 17, 2022

Dolphins’ Connor Williams Addition Will Test Reformed Approach

It wouldn’t have taken you long while watching the 2021 Miami Dolphins play football to recognize one of the painstakingly obvious Achilles heels of the roster—the team simply wasn’t very good up front on offense.

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