Williams inked a four-year, $44 million contract with $22 million in guarantees, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
"Antonio's going to draw a lot of attention," Williams said. "When they're doubling him I'll be able to get a solo matchup. I'm definitely looking forward to that."
Heading into free agency, Williams was viewed as one of the top receivers hitting the market. Particularly his play in 2016, when Allen missed all but one game, stood out to suggest the speedy Williams could thrive in a bigger role. The season Allen mostly missed was Williams' lone 1,000-yard year. With Allen, Mike Williams and others in the fold in L.A., Tyrell Williams didn't see much of the target share.
In Oakland, he'll come in well behind Brown in targets but should see a bigger share in an offense that desperately needs playmakers. We saw JuJu Smith-Schuster feast off Brown garnering most of the defensive attention. Williams' deep speed should warrant several shots a game with safeties rolling over to help on Brown.
"As a receiver everybody wants the ball, but I think all of us are going to have opportunities to get the ball and make plays in this offense," Williams said. "I have a chance to learn from one of the best receivers in the game, so why not do it?"