11:53 AM PT — TMZ Sports has obtained more photos from Sam Williams‘ crash scene … and you can see the collision between the two cars was so violent, it sent debris all over the road.
The pics show pieces of the cars spanned through roughly four lanes.
The Cowboys, meanwhile, have officially ruled Williams out of their game against the Eagles on Saturday … with the team confirming Friday that Williams suffered a concussion and a neck strain in the accident.
Dallas Cowboys rookie Sam Williams is clearly very fortunate to have walked away from Thursday’s car crash unscathed … because new video from the accident’s aftermath shows his Corvette was severely mangled in the collision.
Williams was involved in the wreck at around 2:15 PM in Plano, Texas, according to cops, after his black sportscar struck another vehicle that had attempted to turn in front of oncoming traffic.
Video obtained by FOX 4 shortly after the crash shows Williams’ ride was hit so hard, it completely lost its front wheel. It also had significant damage to both its front and rear driver’s side fenders.
Somehow, however, Williams was not seriously injured in the accident. Cops say he and the driver of the other car were transported to the hospital, though it was solely “for precautionary reasons.”
Williams told Cowboys nation in a tweet on Thursday night he was “okay” and “so is the other person that was involved.” He added prayer and heart emojis.
Cops say they’re still investigating the accident, but do not suspect alcohol or drugs were involved.
As for his availability in Saturday’s key game against the Eagles, the Cowboys have not yet ruled the pass-rusher out for the contest.
Originally Published — 6:18 AM PT
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