Dolphins running back Ricky Williams doesn't think the NFL will deal with a lockout when the current collective bargaining agreement expires. Williams, who is Miami's player representative, is optimistic the NFL Players Association and the league will reach a collective bargaining agreement without a labor stoppage. "Personally, I have a positive outlook," Williams said Wednesday. "I think that we're going to come to an agreement. At least I hope that there's not going to be a lockout. I believe that we're being reasonable, and there are certain things that are important to us and we're going to fight for. But I think when it comes down to it, there's going to be an agreement reached."