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New diet, improved health have Seahawks receiver Kasen Williams flying higher than ever


New diet, improved health have Seahawks receiver Kasen Williams flying higher than ever
The Seattle Times

Williams also changed his eating habits saying he switched to a diet heavier in fruits in vegetables including frequent stops at Pressed Juicery in Bellevue.âVegetables, fruit, all that — asparagus,ââ Williams said of the juices he drinks. âIt was just the biggest improvement I made. I lost 5-6-7 pounds off just eating right.ââHe missed a couple of days early on with a slight foot injury but otherwise has made it through camp this year healthy.And Sunday, when the likes of Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett and Darboh all sat out with injuries, Williams was ready when his number was called not once but four times.All four catches came on fade routes thrown by backup QB Trevone Boykin, with Williams each time winning battles with Chargers rookie cornerback Michael Davis for the ball.âI seen the ball in the air, Iâm locked in,ââ said Williams, who said he also caught an additional 100 passes during workouts this offseason compared to past years.

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