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Williams rejoins Dolphins after suspension
After serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, Ricky Williams returns to the Miami Dolphins on Monday. Once thought of indifferently by many teammates in training camp, Williams has made inroads since.
There is one unresolved issue surrounding Williams — his contract. Agent Leigh Steinberg has asked the team to revisit the deal, perhaps to add some incentives, according to the paper.
Because of his four-game fine and suspension for multiple violations of the league’s substance-abuse policy, Williams stands to make approximately $284,000 this year. The fine and suspension are deducted from a base salary of $540,000 for this season, which is paid over the course of 17 weeks, the paper reported.
It appears both sides would like to work out a solution that lets Williams continue a strong comeback in a Dolphins’ uniform, with coach Nick Saban calling Williams one of training camp’s strongest performers.
That work ethic has also been noticed by some of the Dolphins’ younger players.
Falcons lose MLB Hartwell for season
The loss of Hartwell, the team’s highest profile veteran acquisition during the offseason, will force a shuffle in the Atlanta linebacker corps. The player who probably would have replaced Hartwell in the lineup, rookie Jordan Beck, is on injured reserve with a broken foot suffered in the preseason.
Veteran Ike Reese, who is normally a strongside linebacker, played the middle spot after Hartwell left Sunday’s game in the third quarter. The versatile Reese has played middle linebacker in spot situations in the past, but lacks bulk, and could have problems holding up physically over the course of the season. Four-time Pro Bowl weakside linebacker Keith Brooking played in the middle for three seasons, 2001-2003, and averaged 195.3 tackles at the position in those years.
Mora said he will consult with players, primarily Reese and Brooking, before deciding how to replace Hartwell in the middle.
Regardless of how Falcons coaches address the absence of Hartwell, it will entail some shuffling of the linebacker corps. It will probably also force the Falcons to add another linebacker to the roster and the team on Monday was considering its options. Rookie Michael Boley, who has been a special teams standout, probably will have his playing time increased, no matter how things shake out.
Hartwell, 27, was injured late in the third quarter, limped to the sideline with the aid of trainers, and then slumped to the turf when he reached the Atlanta bench. He returned to the sideline later in the game in a walking boot and on crutches.
The Falcons signed Hartwell as an unrestricted free agent in March after he had played the first four seasons of his career with the Baltimore Ravens. Regarded as a very strong defender against the run, Hartwell has been a bit of a disappointment in his five starts for the Falcons, totaling just 30 tackles and one pass defensed. Touted as a player capable of staying on the field on third down, he was rarely used in “nickel” situations.
His six-year, $26.25 million contract included $8 million in bonuses.
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