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What Do Ya Say, Roy Williams?

IRVING, TX - OCTOBER 26:  Wide receiver Roy Williams #11 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Texas Stadium October 26, 2008 in Irving, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Jordan HofeditzAnalyst IJune 24, 2016

Now he has a full year, no Terrell Owens and a lot to prove. A sit down with Cowboys' receiver Roy Williams. So what do you ask the new No. 1 receiver of "America's Team?"

How much difference does it make going through training camp as opposed to joining a team mid-season?

You were the No. 1 receiver during your time in Detroit. When you came to Dallas in 2008, you became the No. 2 receiver behind Terrell Owens. Now with Owens in Buffalo what are the different responsibilities of being the top receiver?

A lot was made about Jason Witten and Tony Romo's relationship last season. Do you see it as a problem like Owens did? Obviously every receiver wants the ball, are you alright with Witten being a top target?

Is Tony Romo the quarterback that can return the Cowboys to glory?

Do the 2009 Cowboys have what it takes to play for and win the Super Bowl?

What is it like being from Texas, being a Longhorn from UT and now being a Dallas Cowboy?

How good are the young receivers on this team?

What is something that you do before every single game no matter what, are you a superstitious player?

What is more important: receptions, yards or touchdowns?

When people hear Roy Williams do they think of you, the safety or the North Carolina basketball coach?

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