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My Sports Rumors:
Houston Texans linebacker Mario Williams is about to be a free agent and there’s no way the team will actually let him hit the market, right? That’s what I would think it’s probably what you would think to. He’s one of the best in the league and there’s no way I’d think that defense would let a talent like that go. Peter King of Sports Illustrated thinks differently.
Houston (11-7). Now the question for this franchise is whether they fight to keep free agent outside linebacker/defensive end Mario Williams away from the market. The way this team played defensively at Baltimore, and as many talented young defensive players as the Texans have, and as many guys as they have to think about paying with a flat cap in the next two offseasons, I bet they’re seriously considering letting Williams walk. (Peter King – Sports Illustrate MMQB)
His words do hold some merit as the Texans do have a nice group of youngsters behind Mario. Their two rookies; defensive ends J.J. Watt and lin...
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Should the Texans Resign Mario Williams? The answer to this question depends on how much Williams will want and for how long. If Williams wants top dollar, the Texans would be better off letting Williams walk and using the money to fill other key needs on the roster. Sure, the Texans would love to resign an elite pass rusher, but Williams only played in 5 games this year and...
Two issues I might spaz out on here: (1) This is why no one takes you seriously Houston Texans fans. Yeah, your team lost, but I don’t think any team in the NFL is on an upward slope like the Texans. Stop being *******. I’m really hoping this collection of individuals doesn’t represent the entire fan base’s sentiment. Seriously. (2) Everyone in this video sounds like a f...
Mario Williams may have been overshadowed for the last five seasons by the fearsome Indianapolis pass-rush duo, Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis, but the quarterbacks of the AFC South no better than to ignore him. In his Monday Morning Quarterback column today, Peter King suggested that the Texans might just let Williams walk in free agency, despite GM Rick Smith recently saying...
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