Cary Williams owns a Super Bowl ring.
But an immediate goal is obvious for the Philadelphia Eagles' brash cornerback -- winning another one.
That would be the first Super Bowl for an Eagles franchise, which hasn’t won a title since 1960.
Along the way, Williams is also chasing something else.
"I want to get a Pro Bowl," Williams told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "I want to be known as one of the guys who's at the top of the league at what he does. I don't think my stats tell anything different. But at the end of the day, I want to make a couple of more 'wow' plays. That's something that's my personal goal."
Williams hauled in three interceptions for the Eagles last season.
He also took more snaps than any other cornerback in the league, according to the Inquirer.
Will those types of numbers be enough to land Williams in the Pro Bowl?
"I don't know whether it's the voting process, whether it's me not having a name, whether it's me coming from a Division II school to being where I am today," Williams told the Inquirer. "I don't know. But I try to go out each and every year and try to improve on something."