Raiders Sign Super Bowl Champion RB As Josh Jacobs Continues To Hold Out

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The Las Vegas Raiders have inked a deal with Super Bowl Champion running back Damien Williams, according to his agent Ian Greengross.

Williams, celebrated for his pivotal role in the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory during the 2019 season, brings a wealth of experience and prowess to the Raiders’ backfield.

Williams left an indelible mark on Super Bowl LIV, amassing over 130 total yards and notching 2 crucial touchdowns in the Chiefs’ triumphant 31-20 triumph over the San Francisco 49ers.

The Raiders’ decision to bring Williams on board follows their franchise-tagged running back, Josh Jacobs, entering a holdout situation.

The acquisition of Williams is aimed at bolstering the team’s running back depth.

Throughout his career, Williams has displayed his versatility and skillset on multiple teams. His stat line features 336 carries, resulting in 1,397 rushing yards and an impressive 14 touchdowns.

Moreover, he has exhibited prowess in the passing game with 154 receptions, tallying 1,209 receiving yards, and securing 11 touchdowns.

Williams played on the Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bears, and Atlanta Falcons in his career.