"Looked like he was getting ready to play again," Williams said Wednesday. "I was just like, 'Hey, man, if you want to come on over?' I'd love to have him back. He's a baller. When he was on the field, you knew what kind of player you were going to get. He knew what he would have to do, and he would do it. You didn't have to come watch him or tell him what to do. He's a great player. If he was here, I'd welcome him with open arms and probably cry. But if he's not, hopefully he's somewhere where he gets to ball out and keep getting better as a player."