The Dallas Cowboys have cut ties with wide receiver Terrance Williams, according to a report confirmed by WFAA Sports.
Williams, 29, will become an unrestricted free agent when the new league year begins in March.
The move shouldn't come as a surprise, as releasing Williams saves the Cowboys $2.25 million in cap space. A parting of ways was also rumored during a turbulent 2018 season off the field.
He was arrested for public intoxication in a bizarre May incident in which officers found his Lamborghini crashed into a light pole in Frisco. After battling injury for much of the summer, Williams played three games before re-aggravating the injury and being placed on injured reserve.
Williams served a three-game suspension without pay while on IR.
The former Baylor Bear started all but six games for the Cowboys between 2014-2017, totaling 230 catches for 3,359 yards and 20 touchdowns over those five seasons.