The Dallas Cowboys added a talented wide receiver when they selected local product, Terrance Williams, in the third round (74th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Baylor. He started eight-of-16 games as a rookie and had 736 yards and five touchdowns on 44 catches. With the departure of Miles Austin in 2014 free agency, Williams secured a starting spot opposite Dez Bryant, and although his receptions and yards totals dropped, his touchdown total improved (from five to eight) and his knack for the big play was evident, especially in the post season - three touchdown catches averaging 40.7 yards each. Williams played a more prominent role in 2015 with Dez Bryant sidelined for a good part of the season with a foot injury, finishing with a team-high 840 yards and tied for second with 52 catches and three touchdowns. In 2016 Williams caught 44 passes for 594 yards and four touchdowns. Through his four pro seasons, Williams averaged 15.8 yards-per-catch. Williams, who starred at nearby W.T. White High School in Dallas, signed a four- year contract with Dallas through 2020.
- Started 15 of the 16 games he played and finished fourth in receptions (44) and yards (594) while placing third with four touchdowns.
- Had four catches for a team-high 88 yards with a lost fumble in the Sunday night win over Chicago (9/25).
- Had his first touchdown of the season on a 20-yard pass and totaled four catches for 44 yards with the score in the win at San Francisco (10/2).
- At Cincinnati (10/9) led the team with five catches and 70 yards with all five catches resulting in first downs.
- Caught four passes for a team-best 75 yards, including a 42-yard catch to set up a touchdown, at Green Bay (10/16). All four of his catches resulted in a first down.
- Had a 10-yard toe-tapping touchdown catch on Thanksgiving Day against Washington (11/24), then led the team with five catches and 76 yards with a 31-yard scoring catch at the N.Y. Giants (12/11).
- In the Divisional Game against Green Bay (1/15/17), caught four passes for 68 yards.
- Started 13-of-16 games and led the team with a career-high 840 yards, tied for second with a career-best 52 catches and tied for second with three touchdowns.
- In the season-opening comeback win against the N.Y. Giants (9/13), caught five passes for 60 yards - tied for second on the team - including a key eight-yard out route to get out of bounds on the game-winning drive.
- Caught four passes for 84 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown, in the win at Philadelphia (9/20).
- At New Orleans (10/4) caught three passes for 49 yards, including a 24-yarder to help set up his 17-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 20-20.
- Topped 100 career receptions after catching two passes for 20 yards against Seattle (11/1), then tied for the team lead with four catches for a team-high 79 yards with a 31-yard touchdown at Miami (11/22).
- At Buffalo (12/27) became the 29th Cowboys pass catcher to reach 2,000 career yards, finishing with 62 and tying for the team-high with four catches.
- Led the team with career-highs in receptions (eight) and receiving yards (173) against Washington (1/3/16).
- Started all 16 games and was second on the team in touchdown catches (eight - career-high), third in yards (621) and tied for fourth in receptions (37).
- Opened the season against San Francisco (9/7) with four catches (tied for the team lead) for 50 yards (third) and a touchdown.
- Had a 12-yard touchdown catch that was the go-ahead score at St. Louis (9/21) - Dallas’ biggest come-from- behind win in regulation in squad history. Finished with two catches for 32 yards and the score.
- In the win over New Orleans (9/28), led the team with six catches, 77 yards and two touchdowns - his first career multi-touchdown game.
- Caught two passes for 71 yards with a 43-yard touchdown - his third straight game with a touchdown score - in the overtime win against Houston (10/5).
- Tied his season-high (led the team) with six catches for 69 yards in the overtime loss to Washington (10/27).
- In the NFC East clinching win over Indianapolis (12/21), caught two passes for 52 yards with two touchdowns - the second multi-touchdown game of his season and career.
- Had three receptions for 92 yards and two touchdowns in the Wild Card Playoff game against Detroit (1/4/15). His first score was on a 76-yard and was the fourth-longest reception in club playoff history and his second was an eight-yard game-winner with 2:32 remaining in the fourth quarter.
- Had one catch for a 38-yard touchdown in the Divisional Playoff Game at Green Bay (1/11/15).
- Played in all 16 games with eight starts as a rookie and was fourth on the team with 44 catches and third with 736 yards and five touchdowns.
- Tied for fourth in team history among rookies in catches, was fourth in yards and tied for fourth in touchdowns.
- Made his NFL debut as a starter as the club opened with three receivers against the N.Y. Giants (9/8) and caught his first career passes - two for 32 yards. Became the first rookie receiver to start a season opener for the club since Antonio Bryant in 2002.
- Led the team at San Diego (9/29) with seven catches and was second with 71 yards.
- Started against Denver (10/6) as the club opened with three receivers and led the squad with his first career 100-yard game (151) with his first career touchdown on a career-long 82-yard catch. Became the first Dallas rookie to top 100 yards since Dez Bryant in 2010, had the most yards by a Cowboys rookie since Antonio Bryant’s 170 at Washington (12/29/02) and the sixth-most by a rookie in team history.
- Finished the win at Philadelphia (10/20) with six catches for 71 yards and a touchdown - his third straight game with a scoring grab. Became the fifth different Cowboys rookie pass catcher with a touchdown reception in three straight games, and it was the sixth time in franchise history a player accomplished the feat.
- Had two catches for 64 yards with a 64-yard touchdown - his fourth straight game with a touchdown catch - at Detroit (10/27). Has the longest touchdown streak by a rookie in club history (four) and has two touchdown catches of 60-or-more yards on the season - the first Dallas Cowboy to do that since Terrell Owens in 2008.
- Caught one pass for a 21-yard touchdown at New Orleans (11/10).
- Had one catch for 10 yards and took over kickoff return duties with Dwayne Harris (hamstring) injured and returned one for 21 yards at the N.Y. Giants (11/24).
- Started at Washington (12/22) and caught four passes for 84 yards, with 51-yarder to setup the winning score.
- Named All-Big 12 Conference first-team, first-team All-American by The NFL Draft Report and was the first offensive skill player in Bears history to be named unanimous All-American and finalist for the Biletnikoff Award.
- Started all 13 games as a senior and led the nation with an average of 140.92 receiving yards-per-game on a career-high 97 receptions - good for second in school history - for a school single-season record 1,832 yards with 12 touchdowns, second in team record books.
- His 1,832 receiving yards placed him second in Big 12 and seventh in NCAA FBS record books.
- Started 11 of the 13 games he played as a junior, earning All-Big 12 Conference second-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and Dallas Morning News.
- Finished second on the team, behind Wright, with 59 catches for 957 yards (16.2) and 11 scores.
- Caught 43 passes for 484 yards (11.3) and four scores, starting 10-of-13 games played as a sophomore.
- Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve receiver and on special teams as a redshirt freshman, posting one rush for three yards, eight punt returns for 90 yards and 20 kickoff returns for 427 yards.
- Played on both sides of the ball at W.T. White High School in Dallas, Texas.
- Hauled in 59 passes for 972 yards with eight touchdowns as a senior, earning all-district honors and Class 5A all-state honorable mention by the Texas Sports Writers Association.
- Earned first-team all-district as a junior after posting 30 catches for 615 yards and five touchdowns.
- Graduated with a degree in general studies from Baylor in December 2012.
- 2013 Rookie Club presented by UnitedHealthcare.
- 2013 Guest Coach at Youth Football Camp at Baylor University for children of West, Texas explosion.
- 2013-17 Dallas Cowboys U High School Camp.
- 2014-15 UnitedHealthCare Youth Football Experience/Guest Coach and Speaker.
- 2014-15 Draft Day/Fan Appreciation Party.
- 2014, 2016 Dirk Nowitzki Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game.
- 2014 NFL Play 60 clinic, London, England.
- 2014 Fan Appreciation Pep Rally, London, England.
- 2015-16 Reliant Home Run Derby benefiting the Salvation Army.
- 2015-16 Children’s Cancer Fund Fashion Show.
- 2016 My Cause My Cleats campaign.
- Annual Team Holiday Hospital Visits.
- Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon and Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy Hill Farm.
- Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.
- Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas Program.