Jamaal Williams emotional speech to his teammates will give you chills [Video]

By W.G. Brady  - Senior News Desk Writer
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Jamaal Williams

The Detroit Lions finished the 2021 season with a 3-13-1 record and running back Jamaal Williams wants to make absolutely sure that will not happen again in 2022.

On Monday, the Lions released the latest trailer for HBO’s Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Detroit Lions and it featured a post-practice speech from Williams that will give you chills.

“Bring it up, bring it up!” Williams said to his teammates. “I wanna let y’all know, man. Today is the minimum of effort. Do not give up! Do not feel like you tired! When you tired think of last year and think of that (fu*%ing) record! Every time I get tired, or I think I can’t go no more, I think of that (fu*%ing) record! Last year wasn’t it! That ain’t us! We can make it! Have some heart! I get emotional about this, I’m about to cry! ‘Cause I care about y’all! Do your best! Let’s go! Lions on three! 1-2-3, Lions!”

Folks, if this does not give you chills, you may want to check to make sure you have a pulse.

Jamaal Williams is not scared of anything

“People think they understand what type of football player I am, and they don’t have no clue what I can do. I literally can take anybody’s ankles,” Williams told reporters. “I ain’t scared of nobody. Route running, running the ball, blocking… I have no problem having confidence in myself. Because I know what type of player I am and what type of work I put in. I ain’t scared of nothing. Look at my hair, man. Baby dreads, ugly face. I don’t care.”

“I’m just trying to step up more as the leader that I am,” Williams conveyed. “When I see something or how I’m feeling, I just want to make my teammates understand how I’m feeling and what we can do better and what type of team we can be.

“It’s really just a mindset, and I feel like the more we talk about, and the more that we keep this level of expectation for ourselves, everybody else on the team is going to get contagious. And, then they (will) see we really can do something special here. It’s all mental.”

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