Roy Williams Heading to the Jungle!

Zane DanielsCorrespondent IMay 6, 2009

According to the Bengals official website, the team has agreed to terms with former Dallas Cowboy safety Roy Williams.

Williams, a five time Pro-Bowler, supposedly took a smaller contract to play with the Bengals and defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, whom Williams played for during Zimmer's time in Dallas.

Of Williams' five Pro-Bowls, four of them were while playing for Zimmer. This explains why Williams chose Cincinnati over all the others.

I am happy with the acquisition and really like what the Bengals are doing, mixing good veteran players with the younger guys (especially with such a young defense.) The only question I have is: Who sits? Crocker or Ndukwe?

One thing that's for sure, training camp is going to be filled with competition—and that certainly isn't a bad thing!

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