Found February 16, 2012 on CBSSports.com:
PLAYERS: Mario Williams
TEAMS: Houston Texans
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Who's the one free agent that helps your team the most? Pete Prisco has the answer, but there's a big problem: The Panthers, Cowboys, Packers and Raiders all need the same guy (Brandon Carr) and the Bills and Jags can't both have Mario Williams.
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