Keron Williams

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Keron Donavan Williams (born September 3, 1984) is a retired Canadian Football defensive tackle who currently works as a Creative Director in Houston, TX. He was originally signed by the Calgary Stampeders in 2006.[1] Williams played college football for the UMass Minutemen. He also continued his career with over 10 years as a professional defensive tackle.

Professional career[edit]

Keron Williams was signed by the Calgary Stampeders in 2006 and made his professional debut at defensive tackle against the Lions on October 15, 2006.[1] Following two seasons with the Stampeders, he signed as a free agent with the Montreal Alouettes where he won his first Grey Cup championship in 2009. After his championship-winning season, Williams signed with the BC Lions as a free agent on February 16, 2010 and switched to playing defensive end.[2] He won his second Grey Cup championship as a member of the Lions in 2011 after BC won the 99th Grey Cup while beginning the season 0-5.[3] Williams finished the 2012 CFL season as the league leader in sacks with 12, which was also a career high. He then played his last season with the BC Lions and retired from playing professional football in 2014.

Personal info[edit]

Retired CFL veteran Keron Williams married to Ariel N Williams, children Jazmyne and Troy Williams. Keron currently resides in Houston, TX.


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