Sherman Williams talks about redemption in autobiography

A high school championship winner, University of Alabama champion and Cowboys Super Bowl player is sharing his story of redemption after spending 15 years in prison.

Sherman Williams was sentenced in 2001 for dealing marijuana and counterfeiting. But since getting out of prison last year he's started a non-profit organization to help disadvantaged children and written an autobiography titled "Crimson Cowboy."

Williams stopped by Good Day to talk about his turnaround. He will also be signing copies of his book at Ten-Ten Social, which is across from the AT&T Stadium, Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m.