Arizona Cardinals: Ranking first round picks since 2010
4. Dan Williams, Defensive tackle, 2010
Dan Williams was serviceable at best in his 5 seasons as a Cardinal. In those five seasons. Williams started 40 games while accumulating piled up 156 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 interception and 1 touchdown.
Williams’ biggest highlight as a career was this tip drill interception return for a touchdown in 2013. Aside from that, there aren’t many other noteworthy moment of Williams’ Cardinals career. The Cardinals chose not to resign Williams after the 2014 season and he eventually signed with the Oakland Raiders.
Williams was taken ahead of other Pro Bowler defensive linemen such as Carlos Dunlap, Everson Griffen and Geno Atkins. While he didn’t have the production one expects out of a first round pick, he stuck with the team for 5 seasons and was drafted relatively late in the first round (26th overall) which is why he ranks above Jonathan Cooper.