Former Clemson DT signs with Denver Broncos

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Williams has played in four games over three seasons as a pro (USA TODAY Sports-Aaron Doster).
Williams has played in four games over three seasons as a pro (USA TODAY Sports-Aaron Doster).

Former Clemson defensive tackle DeShawn Williams was among three players signed to futures contracts by the Denver Broncos Wednesday.

The Daniel High School product was most recently on the practice squad with the Cincinnati Bengals. In between practice squad stints, he played in four games with Cincinnati with two tackles (1 solo) and 0.5 sacks in 2016.

Williams posted 54 tackles, eight tackles for loss, three sacks, seven quarterback pressures and one pass breakup in 368 snaps over 13 games (seven starts) as a senior at Clemson. He finished his career with 161 tackles, 16.5 TFL and five sacks over 53 games (17 starts).



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