Roland Williams
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"Roland Lamar Williams", is a retired American football tight end from the University of Syracuse/Syracuse. An 8-year NFL veteran, Roland has enjoyed great success on the field and off. Roland was selected in the 1998 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. A multi-year starter, Roland went on to win Super Bowl XXXIV in the thrilling Rams victory over the Tennessee Titans. Following his Super Bowl victory, Roland played three years for the Oakland Raiders, where he won the American Football Conference Championship. In 2003, Roland played one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In unique fashion, Roland returned to play another season with the Oakland Raiders and then the subsequent season with the St. Louis Rams before a career ending knee injury sidelined him in 2006. Known throughout his career as a premier blocking tight end in the NFL, it's Roland’s persona that has labeled him as one of the most positive and energetic athletes in professional sports.

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You never can forget a guy that you went to the Super Bowl with. It's sort of a connection you'll always have. I wasn't here when things went awry for Kurt in St. Louis. But my memories of him are nothing but positive ones. And I just wish him the best in Arizona.

I have confidence in the NFL, and every security precaution that they take. We're going to go out, and hopefully entertain America.

The people from the TV show called me and said, 'I don't think you're going to the airport. You're going to stay home,'.

For people who are Rams fans and have been fans for years, this is a special week. And it has some soap opera pieces to it. But at the end of the day, this is a football game, and one we need to win.

Put away the 45s, ... We lost a game that we should have won. Now, we have to come back here in this second weekend and do what we need to do. Go out and get a win.

Once you go to a Super Bowl, you're spoiled.

I thought it wasn't real, ... I thought it was like a movie or something.

That was a very unique way to win it, but I'll take it.

I know he's been committed to running the ball lately. I know Steven (Jackson) will be excited about that. Looking at it as a point-of-attack blocker, I'm excited about that.