The Denver Broncos of the National Football League are fortunate to have DeShawn Shamaine Williams playing defensive end for them.
On May 8, 2015, Williams signed a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent. The next day, he was officially welcomed to the team.
He was released by the Bengals on September 5, 2015, the day the final roster cuts took place. The next day, the Bengals quickly signed him to their practice squad after cutting him go.
After reaching an agreement with the Bengals, he was added to the team’s reserve/futures roster on January 6, 2016, making his debut with the club.
Williams was let go from his last squad in November 2016, but just two days later, he signed with a new club. After being taken off active duty by the Bengals on September 2, 2017,
Williams was given a spot on the team’s practice squad shortly thereafter. Williams first joined the Denver Broncos on January 17, 2018, when he agreed to a reserve/future contract with the team.
After being released from the active roster on September 1, 2018, Williams was added to the practice squad the following day. Williams joined the Denver Broncos on a reserve/future basis on January 17, 2018,
after signing a deal with the team. The Broncos released him on September 11, 2018, but two days later, on September 14, 2018, they re-signed him to a contract with the team.
Williams was assigned the responsibility of leading the offence beginning in Week 8, and he maintained that role throughout the remainder of the season.
He suffered an elbow injury during Week 16 and was later placed on injured reserve as a result of the incident. He concluded the season with 39 tackles,
one sack, and two passes defensed after playing in 15 games and starting eight of those games. He participated in each and every one of the games.
How much does DeShawn Williams make?
He takes home a yearly salary of approximately $1,165,000 on the whole. Williams is scheduled to get a base salary of $965,000 as well as a signing bonus of $200,000 in the year 2022.