University of Miami  |  2001 RS • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005

2006 NFL Draft • Round 4 • 110th Overall

It's all about collecting The U, a collection featuring 524 alumni of the University of Miami football program.
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Leon Williams Football Cards

It's All About Collecting The U!

With over 525 player alumni and staff from the University of Miami Football program represented, I believe my Hurricanes card collection is the most expansive in existence. It includes players that have been inducted into Hall of Fames through practice squad members and those that merely committed and walked away before the season began. Also represented are head coaches, assistants, and other staff members of the program. Along with traditional football cards, I also count similar flat collectables like pocket schedules and ticket stubs.

The Card Album is my personal collection showcase. I originally designed my first website, CardMagnet.info, from scratch in Microsoft FrontPage and used tables to organize things. The site was updated regularly 2009 to 2021. I’m proud to say that I had regular viewers from around the world, and my content was frequently in the top results on Google’s web and image results. The time came to put some new tools and ideas to use, and so TheCardAlbum.com was born.

About Leon Williams

Leon Williams is a former American football linebacker in the linebacker for the Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs. He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He also was a member of the New York Sentinels of the United Football League. He played college football at the University of Miami.

Williams accepted a football scholarship from the University of Miami. As a redhirt freshman, he was a backup middle linebacker and played on special teams. He had 14 tackles (nine solos). As a sophomore, he appeared in all 13 games, tallying 23 tackles (one for loss).

As a junior in 2004, he was a Butkus Award finalist and was considered the heir apparent to Jonathan Vilma. He started at middle linebacker in the season opener against Florida State University, making 3 tackles before suffering a hand injury. He missed the next two games. He appeared in 10 games with 5 starts, making 56 tackles (8 for loss), 2.5 sacks, one pass defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

As a senior in 2005, he was a Butkus Award semi-finalist. He started in every game at middle linebacker, posting 54 tackles (3.5 for loss), 2 pass defensed and one fumble recovery. He contributed to the team ranking fourth in the nation in total defense, allowing 270.1 yards-per-game.

He finished his college career with 47 games, 146 tackles (12. 5 tackles for loss), 2.5 sacks, 4 pass defensed, 36 special teams tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. He was an Arts and Science major.