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D.J. Williams hopes to stay longer this time

FOXBOROUGH — D.J. Williams is learning an awful lot about the Patriots’ offense. Now the tight end is hoping for a chance to put that knowledge to good use.

For the second time in two weeks, Williams has been signed because an injury to a tight end has left the team thin at that position. On Nov. 27, it was not long after Michael Hoomanawanui was sidelined. Williams was signed, didn’t play in a game, then was released Dec. 4.

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