Cowboys WR Roy Williams believes the Cowboys' coaches, particularly play-caller Jason Garrett, have confidence in him. He points to the playbook, which includes a bunch of plays designed to get him the ball, as proof. Williams, who has made it a priority to earn Romo's trust this off-season, certainly helps his cause when he makes plays like his over-the-head grab of an off-target deep ball during the morning practice. That's one way to make sure Romo keeps coming back to him. "Just catch the ball when he throws it to me, any way I can," Williams said. "And buddy him up -- bring him some food, let him borrow some money if he needs some, just be his best friend. "I've just got to continue to be his best friend. Put my arm around him and hug him, tell him that his girlfriend looks good, and we'll go from there." Williams was just kidding about the Jessica compliments, but he's dead serious about building a rapport with Romo similar to the one the coachable WR had with new Cowboys backup Jon Kitna in Detroit.
WR Williams working on relationship with Romo
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