Wide receiver Mike Williams was thought to be a a sure fire National Football League star when he was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the 2005 National Football League Draft.
Unfortunately, Williams NFL career has been the complete opposite as he has been nothing short of a bust.
However, Williams will get one last chance to make something of his career.
According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, via ProFootballTalk.com, the Seattle Seahawks have signed Williams to a one year contract.
The Seahawks lost wide receiver Nate Burelson to free agency, which means that fellow wide receiver Deion Branch will fill the second starting wide receiver position while Williams, Deon Butler and Ben Obomanu will battle for the third wide receiver position.
Even though Williams has been out of the NFL for two years the move costs the Seahawks nothing and if there is anyone that will be get Williams to live up to his potential it is Carroll as he knows what Williams can and cannot do.
In the end, if Williams puts the daily amount of work needed to become successful in the NFL he will make an amazing comeback.