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According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, there’s some speculation around the league that the both the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots would be interested in Texans linebacker/defensive end Mario Williams if he ends up hitting the open market.
Once again there’s no fact to this report, it’s just speculation. But it would make a lot of sense for both of these teams to go after Williams since the Cowboys need a pass rusher on the opposite side of DeMarcus Ware and the Patriots could use a premiere pass rusher on their defense.
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Crazy thought for the day: If Houston defensive end Mario Williams becomes a free agent, would the Philadelphia Eagles go after him?
I’ve been watching the Texans and how they handle the situation with Arian Foster and Mario Williams. My thinking was that there wouldn’t be any chance that either would hit the free agent market, especially Foster.
The Houston Texans had the second ranked defense in theleague last season despite their best pass rusher only appearing in five games.Mario Williams went down with a pectoral injury during the Texans’ Week 5matchup against the Oakland Raiders. Houston isn’t expected to resign Williamsmeaning his services may be available to the highest bidder.With sack-master John Abraham becoming...
Now that teams are done handing out the franchise tag, free agency is just around the corner and this season should be another exciting season for free agency. There hasn’t been much to do in the last few weeks besides look at sportsbook reviews. Good thing free agency is ready to get started next week as free agency begins March 12.
The biggest prize in free agency will be Mario...
With the revelation of the “bounty” program promoted by St.Louis Rams’ defensive coordinator Greg Williams during his stints with the New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins,all eyes are on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as he tries to figure out apunishment to fit the crime. The Saints will be punished as expected but is that enough? Imean look at what kind of example...
Many pundits were astonished when the Texans passed on Reggie Bush to draft Mario Williams with the No. 1 overall pick in 2006. Williams avoided the franchise tag on Monday and this time when he hits the open market as a free agent, no one questions his place in the pecking order, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Houston Texans defensive end Mario Williams (90) sacks Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler during the third quarter of a football game Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007 in Houston. The Texans beat the Broncos 31-13. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
The Denver Broncos will discuss signing potential free agents Peyton Manning and pass rush specialist Mario Williams, according to multiple sources...
Mario Williams is the piece the New England Patriots have been missing since Willie McGinest. The failed Adalius Thomas experiment seemed to douse Bill Belichick’s desire for that dominating hybrid linebacker, choosing to use more moving parts than just one.
However, having the franchise tag open for the one player they would rather not loose in Wes Welker and the fact that they...