Rams Aeneas Williams named to Pro Football Hall of Fame

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Former St. Louis Ram Aeneas Williams was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday. He will enter the Hall of Fame with some of the best players ever to play the game of football.  The 2014 Hall of Fame class includes; Michael Strahan, Andre Reed, Walter Jones, Derrick Brooks, Claude Humphrey and Ray Guy.

Williams played for the Arizona Cardinals from 1991-2000, when he was traded to the St. Louis Rams, were he finished his career in 2004.

Williams only played one year of college football at Southern University, before he was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 1991 draft as a third round pick.

During his career, Aeneas Williams had 795 tackles, 55 interceptions, 9 touchdowns, was named to 8 Pro Bowls and played the Rams 2001 NFC Championship team.

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St. Louis Rams statement on Aeneas Williams selection to Pro Football Hall of Fame