Jets cautious lineman Quinnen Williams is dealing with human services laborers in New Jersey.
Williams gave $25,000 worth of suppers to human services laborers in the state where the Jets play. The dinners, which were made by a private culinary specialist employed by Williams, came in exclusively pressed boxes with a sticker demonstrating Williams’ image and a message saying, “Thank you for your Service! Love, Quinnen Williams NY Jets.”
The suppers were conveyed to Morristown Medical Center, a couple of miles from the Jets’ offices in Florham Park.
The 22-year-old Williams showed up in New Jersey a year ago as the third in general pick in the draft after an All-American profession at Alabama.