Former Ute Marcus Williams Gets Body Slammed Following Interception
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former University of Utah safety Marcus Williams showed up big for the New Orleans Saints with a Monday Night Football interception.
On the tail end of the play, after Williams had possession of the ball, DeAndre Hopkins picked him up, spun him around and slammed him to the ground.
Hopkins was called for unnecessary roughness.
As the referees threw flags players from both teams swarmed and there was almost a brawl.
The Saints won the game in dramatic fashion with a last-second 58-yard field goal.
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