FRISCO– What has already been a frustrating offseason for Terrance Williams has just gotten worse.
The Cowboys' sixth-year receiver was arrested by Frisco police early Saturday morning for public intoxication after crashing his car into a light pole and then leaving the scene of the accident, which was only a few blocks away from The Star, the Cowboys' headquarters.
Cowboys officials say the team is aware of the incident and will continue to collect information on the matter.
According to the police report from the FPD, Williams was arrested arond 5 a.m. back near his house where he was found in the neighborhood riding an electric bicycle. He was arrested there on charges of Public Intoxication. Police officers were able to determine the wrecked car – a 2017 blue Lamborghini – belonged to Williams based off cell phone and other items left in the vehicle.
Williams was released on a $369 bond around 12:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
The wide receiver suffered a broken foot this offseason and was expected to miss all of the offseason workouts and parts of training camp.
This position has already seen major turnover this offseason with the release of Dez Bryant, trading away Ryan Switzer, the signings of free agents Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson, the trade for receiver/tailback Tavon Austin and the drafting of Michael Gallup in the third round.
Williams signed a four-year deal worth $17 million in 2017 and still has three years remaining on the deal. Williams is expected to count $4.75 million on the cap both this year and in 2019. All of his $3.5 million salary this year is guaranteed.