Wally Williams played for the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints during a 10 season NFL career. Prior to his pro career he play played college ball for Florida A&M University. Williams signed as a free agent for the Cleveland Browns in 1993. After 3 seasons the team moved to Baltimore and changed its name to the Ravens. Williams followed the team and played 3 more seasons when in 1998 he was designated the team’s franchise player. After that, Williams signed a contract with the New Orleans Saints, playing 4 more seasons.
Since retirement, Williams has been acutely aware of the toll of Sleep Apnea on those around him. After researching the disease, he has been committed to raising awareness of the dangers of sleep apnea as National Spokesperson for DreamSleep.