NFL Rumors: Talented Running Back Says Lions Made ''Disrespectful Offer'' To Him

Jamaal Williams, the former running back for the Detroit Lions, recently signed a three-year, $12 million deal with the New Orleans Saints. 

Williams claims that he received a "disrespectful" offer from the Lions during negotiations, indicating that they did not value his contributions to the team. 

Despite reports suggesting that the Lions offered Williams a similar contract to David Montgomery, who they signed for $18 million, Williams still felt undervalued.

During his time with the Lions, Williams had a strong season, achieving over 1,000 yards and leading the NFL with 17 rushing touchdowns.

However, the Lions chose to sign Montgomery instead of Williams, leaving Williams feeling underappreciated.

Despite his departure, Williams still loves the Lions franchise and maintains a positive relationship with his former teammates.

In New Orleans, he will join forces with Alvin Kamara to form a potent Saints backfield, supporting new quarterback Derek Carr.

With his impressive performance on the field and unique personality, Williams has the potential to be a valuable asset for the Saints. Photo Credit: David Reginek-USA TODAY Sports