ESPN 1500 Minneapolis' Tom Pelissero "heard" free agent Mike Williams weighed over 270 pounds when he was released from the Seahawks.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll explained that the team released Big Mike Williams because he had maxed out his effectiveness in Seattle.
Seahawks released WR Mike Williams.
The Seattle Times doesn't consider any of WRs Mike Williams, Ben Obomanu and Deon Butler locks to crack the Seahawks' 53-man roster.
Coach Pete Carroll suggests Mike Williams (fractured ankle, fibula) is close to returning to practice.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll conceded that "it's going to be awhile" before Big Mike Williams (fractured ankle, fibula) gets back on the field.
According to the National Football Post, "reverting back to some of his old lazy habits" contributed to Mike Williams not staying healthy last year.
Receivers Mike Williams (leg) and Sidney Rice (shoulder surgeries, concussions) are not taking part in Seahawks voluntary workouts.
Seahawks WR Mike Williams reportedly began running Wednesday for the first time since fracturing his left ankle and fibula in December.
Although he's off crutches and rehabbing at Seahawks headquarters, Mike Williams (fibula) is unsure if he'll ready for OTAs in mid-April.
Seahawks placed WR Mike Williams on injured reserve with a fractured left ankle and fibula, ending his season.
Big Mike Williams suffered a fractured ankle and fibula in the second half of Seattle's Week 15 win over Chicago.
Big Mike Williams left Sunday's game in the second half with an ankle injury.
Mike Williams caught two passes for 13 yards in Seattle's Week 14 win over the Rams.