Williams: Lions feel like rebound relationship after Packers exit
While speaking with reporters Thursday, Williams compared the Packers to an ex-girlfriend and the Lions to being in a new relationship.
"Y'all act like I left on my own, golly. I didn't do it," Williams said. "Shoot, if I could have stayed, I could have stayed. If I can't, they didn't want me, like that ex-girlfriend. Shoot, I gotta go.
"But I got a rebound and it was the Lions, they picked me up. Now they feeding me good, taking me to dinners. Another man's trash is another man's treasure."
The 26-year-old Williams was allowed to walk in free agency after spending the last four seasons in Green Bay, where he served as a backup to Aaron Jones. He inked a two-year deal with the Lions in March.
In his Lions debut Sunday, Williams rushed for 54 yards and a touchdown and caught eight passes for another 56 yards.