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: November 29, 2007, 09:25:23 PM

Williams, has 17 sacks thus far in his 4 year career and 7 so far this season, as he did not play much in his first two season. Was a 6th round pick back n 2004 he is scheduled to become a free agent after the season and is abig guy at 6'4 313 pounds but has a quick first step. He had 7 sacks last season and seems to be getting better each year.

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#1 : November 29, 2007, 11:12:06 PM

Dunno much at all about him, but would be an interesting player to look into, never hurts to do some extra homework.

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#2 : November 30, 2007, 07:15:52 AM

Sounds alright to me.

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#3 : November 30, 2007, 11:06:29 AM

Him and Haye at the UT rotation would be pretty good.

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#4 : November 30, 2007, 11:23:31 PM

Yes. He is a very good pocket collapser he is very productive despite not starting. He would be a stud here, but we just won't let him get #99. If the Pack let him go we need to be on it, make him the 2nd highest paid player on our team behind Adams he is going to great. Williams plays the run much better than Haye and may be even better rusher and he is alot bigger than him. Hes only 25 I think at most


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#5 : December 01, 2007, 02:29:13 AM

Yes. He is a very good pocket collapser he is very productive despite not starting. He would be a stud here, but we just won't let him get #99. If the Pack let him go we need to be on it, make him the 2nd highest paid player on our team behind Adams he is going to great. Williams plays the run much better than Haye and may be even better rusher and he is alot bigger than him. Hes only 25 I think at most
Haye has been suprisingly stout against the run, leading the DL in tackles is no joke. The kid is getting better every game, and if Greg Peterson turns out like he should those two rotating in will become quite a tandem, dunno if I'd pay a lot to get Williams, only DT in my mind i am breaking bank on is Albert Haynesworth, and that's if he doesn't get franchised.

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#6 : December 01, 2007, 12:19:40 PM

Haye is tackling guys upfield not in the backfield theres a difference.


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