TAMPA, Fla. -- Cadillac Williams isn’t at One Buccaneer place, but that doesn’t mean the veteran running back is out the door just yet.
WilliamsTampa Bay coach Raheem Morris just said there remains a possibility that the free-agent running back could return to the Bucs.
“We like him in our building,’’ Morris said. “He’s had a bunch of good years of service. I hope we get more out of him.’’
Williams previously has said he’d be interested in returning to Tampa Bay, but wanted to test the free-agent market. The Bucs still have room for him, even though Williams lost his starting job to rookie LeGarrette Blount last season.
After the switch, Williams thrived as a third-down back. The Bucs don’t have an heir apparent for that role at the moment.
There was some other news from Saturday afternoon’s practice
Rookie tight end Luke Stocker has a hip injury that could force him to miss several weeks of training camp. Stocker watched practice from the sidelines while standing on crutches.
Morris has a name for defensive end Da'Quan Bower’s pass-rushing stance -- “The Crouching Tiger’’.
Morris had a great quote on how tight end Kellen Winslow can be his own worst critic. “Kellen’s never satisfied. He takes his playbook into the whirlpool.’’
Perhaps the highlight of Saturday’s practice was when linebacker Geno Hayes intercepted a pass and returned it for what probably would have been a touchdown, although no tackling was allowed.