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Greg Williams
Asst. Secondary
College:
University of North Carolina
Hometown:
Bolingbrook, IL
Experience:
5

Bio

In his first season as the assistant secondary coach in 2013, Williams worked with Ron Milus and the duo saw their charges intercept 10 passes in the last nine games, playoffs included, after intercepting just four in the season’s first nine games, The unit also combined to break up 44 passes on the season, including a season-high 11 in a key December win against the New York Giants and eight more in the Bolts’ Jan. 5 Wild Card Playoff win in Cincinnati.

A native of Bolingbrook, Ill., Williams attended the University of North Carolina where he excelled as a wide receiver and defensive back. He played in four bowl games as a Tar Heel and two of his college squads finished their respective seasons ranked in the Associated Press Top-10. Williams graduated with a degree in sociology, and went to training camp with the Chicago Bears and New York Giants before playing in NFL Europe, the XFL and the Arena League.

Williams shifted to coaching in 2003 as an intern at Arizona State. He landed his first full-time job as an assistant at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill. in 2004 and his first NFL job when he came to work for the Chargers in 2009.

Williams and wife, Valarie, have two sons, Junior David and Dominic.

In his first season as the assistant secondary coach in 2013, Williams worked with Ron Milus and the duo saw their charges intercept 10 passes in the last nine games, playoffs included, after intercepting just four in the season’s first nine games, The unit also combined to break up 44 passes on the season, including a season-high 11 in a key December win against the New York Giants and eight more in the Bolts’ Jan. 5 Wild Card Playoff win in Cincinnati.

A native of Bolingbrook, Ill., Williams attended the University of North Carolina where he excelled as a wide receiver and defensive back. He played in four bowl games as a Tar Heel and two of his college squads finished their respective seasons ranked in the Associated Press Top-10. Williams graduated with a degree in sociology, and went to training camp with the Chicago Bears and New York Giants before playing in NFL Europe, the XFL and the Arena League.

Williams shifted to coaching in 2003 as an intern at Arizona State. He landed his first full-time job as an assistant at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill. in 2004 and his first NFL job when he came to work for the Chargers in 2009.

Williams and wife, Valarie, have two sons, Junior David and Dominic.

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