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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (September 2008) Domanick Williams Position(s) Halfback Jersey #(s) 37 Born October 1, 1980 (1980-10-01) (age 30) Lafayette, Louisiana Career information Year(s) 2003–2006 NFL Draft 2003 / Round: 4 / Pick: 101 College Louisiana State Professional teams Houston Texans (2003-2006) Career stats Rushing Yards 3,195 Average 4.1 Touchdowns 23 Stats at Career highlights and awards 2003 Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year Texans career rushing yards (3,195) Domanick Williams (born Domanick Davis October 1, 1980 in Lafayette, Louisiana) is an American football halfback. He played three years for the Houston Texans of the National Football League before being released. He was drafted by Houston in the 4th round of the 2003 NFL Draft out of Louisiana State University. He was named the 2003 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year, an award created in 2002, in which fans vote online from a pool of 5 candidates to determine the winner. Williams is the Texans' all-time rushing leader. He rushed for 1,000+ yards in his first 2 seasons in the NFL (2003 and 2004) while scoring 22 touchdowns. As a result, he received a contract extension before the start of the 2005 season. Prior to the extension, Davis was scheduled to make $385,000 in 2005. The extension called for a payout of $22 million over the life of the deal, with $8 million in guaranteed money.[1] In 2005 he rushed for 976 yards in the first 11 games before suffering a knee injury and being placed on injured reserve. He changed his name from Davis to Williams. On March 22, 2007 the Texans released Williams.[2] (on changing his name from Domanick Davis) “And it will be number 31, Domanick Williams. I just had to make a change. I wasn’t really a Davis the whole time, but I have kids of my own and I needed to do what was right.” (more on the name change) “I just changed Davis to Williams. I wasn’t really a (Davis). It was my older brother’s Dad’s last name and whatever happened I ended up with Davis. So now that I have kids of my own, a little boy and a little girl, ‘Spike’ (Domanick, Jr.) and Liana, I have to change my name to what it really is, and it’s Williams.” References ^ ESPN Column ^ ESPN News v · d · eDiet Pepsi/Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year winners 2002: Shockey | 2003: Davis | 2004: Roethlisberger | 2005: Williams  | 2006: Young | 2007: Peterson | 2008: Flacco  | 2009: Harvin | 2010: Suh v · d · eHouston Texans 2003 NFL Draft selections Andre Johnson • Bennie Joppru • Tony Hollings • Antwan Peek • Seth Wand • Dave Ragone • Domanick Davis • Drew Henson • Keith Wright • Curry Burns • Chance Pearce Draft Years: 2002  • 2003  • 2004  • 2005  • 2006  • 2007  • 2008  • 2009  • 2010  • 2011 Persondata Name Williams, Domanick Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 1, 1980 Place of birth Date of death Place of death