6/30KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Happy with Keiland Williams, Joique Bell: Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said the team did not sign a veteran running back this offseason because they were...[+] happy with how RBs Keiland Williams and Joique Bell performed during offseason workouts. Williams and Bell are expected to compete for the No. 3 running back job during training camp.
6/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Several RBs competing for roster spot: Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell, Stephfon Green and Keiland Williams and FB James Bryant will compete for the No. 4 running back...[+] spot in the roster. WR Stefan Logan could also be a candidate for that spot since the team has several wide receivers that are expected to make the team.
News -- March 2012
3/3KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Running back a need: The Detroit Lions need to address their running back position during the NFL Draft or free-agent market. While RBs Jahvid Best...[+] (concussion) and Mikel Leshoure (Achilles') are under contract, the team enters the offseason without a clear No. 1 running back. If Best and Leshoure return at 100 percent, the Lions will be in good shape -- however, that is tough to bank on at this point in time. RBs Joique Bell, Jerome Harrison and Keiland Williams are also under contract.
News -- November 2011
11/8KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Jahvid Best likely out for Week 10: Detroit Lions RB Jahvid Best (concussion) is unlikely to play in Week 10 against the Chicago Bears, according to a league source....[+] RBs Maurice Morris, Keiland Williams and now Kevin Smith are likely in the mix for touches if Best is indeed out.
5/12KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Redskins | Keiland Williams could be third-down back: Washington Redskins RB Keiland Williams could take over the third-down back role next season if he is able to pick up the blitz...[+] consistently.
News -- March 2011
3/10KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Redskins | Keiland Williams likely a third-down back: Washington Redskins RB Keiland Williams settled into a third-down back role last season, and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan...[+] said his value as a blocker on passing downs was 'crucial,' reports Gary Fitzgerald, of Redskins.com. 'He got in a role where he really helped us out on third downs,' Shanahan said. 'By the end of the year he was the best in terms of helping us in protections, especially after (RB Clinton Portis) went down. We needed Keiland and he did a great job in protections.'