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Cardinals will start Kerwynn Williams at running back

Kerwynn Williams will start at running back for the Cardinals against the Colts, coach Bruce Arians confirmed Wednesday. That doesn’t mean he will take over David Johnson’s role,, though. Johnson gained 36 percent of Cardinals yards last season and scored 39 percent of their touchdowns, per Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Instead, the Cardinals [more]
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