Williams Selected By Denver In Seventh Round

Williams Selected By Denver In Seventh Round

Arkansas running back David Williams became the second Razorback taken in the 2018 NFL Draft when he was selected in the seventh round with the 226th overall pick by the Denver Broncos on Saturday.


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Five former members of the Arkansas football program will get a shot at NFL glory on Sunday, Feb. 3, in Atlanta, Georgia, as the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battle in Super Bowl LIII at 5:30 p.m. on CBS.

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DetroitLions.com | By: Tim Twentyman | April 27, 2018 Like most young kids just starting out with football, Frank Ragnow probably had grand dreams of being the star running back or a stud quarterback. Unfortunately for him, he was bigger than everyone else, and youth football rules have weight limits for kids that can touch […]

Chargers.com | By: Ricky Henne | May 3, 2018 Hunter Henry has been an integral part of the Chargers offense from the moment he burst onto the scene in 2016. A second-round pick that year out of Arkansas, he led the team with eight touchdown catches.  That mark also tied for most in the NFL by a […]

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Four Arkansas football players agreed to terms with NFL teams Saturday evening following the conclusion of the 2018 NFL Draft. QB Austin Allen — Tampa Bay Buccaneers Allen played in 29 games and started 21 times during his five-year career with the Razorbacks. After backing up his brother, Brandon Allen, for three […]

Frank Ragnow became the second-highest drafted University of Arkansas offensive lineman in NFL Draft history when the Detroit Lions called his name in the first round with the No. 20 overall pick Thursday night.

One of the best tackles of this generation, Jason Peters finally became a Super Bowl champion Sunday night following the Philadelphia Eagles’ 41-33 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

When the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles take the field Sunday in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, the Arkansas Razorbacks will be well represented on football's largest stage.