Cadillac Williams seems to have warmed up to the idea of the Bucs Drafting a RB with the #4 Pick in this weekends NFL Draft:
The biggest benefit, Williams said, is "the offseason work, us working together and working on our game, pushing each other. ... I think, for the most part, it makes you work just that much harder when you have somebody of that caliber behind you or with you."
I have to say myself that I too was opposed to the Bucs Drafting RB Adrian Peterson, but the more I think about it, the more it makes sense. IF and only IF WR Calvin Johnson is not available at #4 that is. With that said it would still be tough to pass on OT Joe Thomas, DE Gaines Adams, and DT Amobi Okoye if they're all available. This is obviously a great problem to have.
Quotes courtesy of Stephen F. Holder and the St. Pete Times