The Dallas Cowboys made a move yesterday that didn't surprise many people who followed the situation closely. The release of Joseph Randle ended a long, strange trio in Dallas that included stealing underwear and cologne, calling out teammates while getting arrested, domestic abuse allegations, arrests, fighting with teammates, and more. Randle started 6 games in Dallas this year, but was injured for the last two weeks. He has been replaced by Darren McFadden, and the recently acquired Christine Michael. They also made a move today to add depth to their running backs group, signing Trey Williams from the Washington Redskins practice squad.
The #Cowboys are signing RB Trey Williams from the #Redskins practice squad, source said. He takes Joseph Randle's roster spot.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 4, 2015
Williams(5'7", 195 lbs)was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M following this year's draft, and spent the offseason and preseason with the Redskins. He played for the Aggies for 3 season, rushing for 1343 yards and 18 TDs, averaging 6.6 yards per carry. He also caught 38 passes for 330 yards and a TD. Williams also has experience as a kick returner, with 70 returns for 1684 yards with a 24.1 yards per return average. During the preseason, Williams appeared in every game, and rushed 31 times for 127 yards and 1 TD