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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 that resigning the pass-rusher to a long-term contract was a “top priority”. Under new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips in 2011, the Texans converted to the 3-4 defense and evolved from the #30 overall defense in 2010 (#32, dead last, against the pass) to the #2 overall defense and #3 versus the pass despite being without Mario Williams for the final 11 games of the season. Will the Texans part ways with the #1 overall pick of the 2006 draft? And if so, should the Jaguars sign him? Find out after the jump… … [visit site to read more]
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