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Thomas Williams

In his five years with the Trojans, versatile Thomas Williams, has been asked to perform a variety of roles, including linebacker positions, special teams and fullback in 2006 when that position was decimated by injury. 

In 2005, Thomas Williams served as a backup linebacker, then took the starting role on both the strong side and the weak side before injury ended his season. His latest role has been to move over from the (backup) middle linebacker position to the strong side for the injured Brian Cushing and Clay Matthews. Williams takes on his roles with a willing attitude and a "team first" mentality. He has...

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