METAIRIE, LA (WVUE) - Year two for Marcus Williams looks a lot like his rookie year. Making a ton of plays, and only getting better in the secondary.
"More working on your football skills. More working on the plays. Mental, getting in the film room. Learning new things that you didn't see last year, coming into new this year. It all helps you. Get a little bit more advanced than the year that you came in. It slowed down a lot," said Saints cornerback Marcus Williams.
Of course, many people will associate Williams with this. The "Minnesota Miracle."
"The play is over with, it's a new year," said Williams.
"The thing about Marcus is he's the ultimate warrior. He's going to work no matter what. The thing that is also good about Marcus, he's quick to forget bad plays and go on to the next thing," said secondary coach Aaron Glenn.
Williams used the offseason to decompress after a tough loss, and starting using his workouts as motivation for the 2018 season.
"Man I always post videos just for myself. Videos are just for myself to see 'hey you're working.' I could work silently, but I post sometimes. I don't post everything I do. I just post a little bit of pics to say 'hey this is what you need to improve on still.' There could be some tweaks in that film that could be all good," said Williams.