Seahawks WR Mike Williams Released

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  1. strngplyr

    strngplyr In the Starting Line-Up

    If I'm not mistaken, he's a big bodied outside WR who had a pretty good 2010, he must have been a huge pain in the ass to be released.
  2. strngplyr

    strngplyr In the Starting Line-Up

    After looking him up, he's been pretty terrible, and for a 6'5" WR he only averages about 12ypc.
  3. resdubwhite

    resdubwhite In the Starting Line-Up

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    had a good 2010. But a nothing 2011.
    I'd say he's done.

    Someone might look at him. But it won't be Bill.


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    I say its extremely doubtful the pats even look at another WR

    They are stacked at receiver unless injuries come about.
  5. Calciumee

    Calciumee Supporter Supporter

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    He has gone from out of the NFL for 2 years to leading receiver of the Seahawks to released over the last 2 seasons!

    PATSYLICIOUS Pro Bowl Player

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    I lost track of all these Mike Williams's
  7. BradyFTW!

    BradyFTW! Supporter Supporter

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    If Pete Carroll, the only person who was ever able to get anything out of him, doesn't want him, then no thanks.
  8. brdmaverick

    brdmaverick In the Starting Line-Up

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    no thanks

    Our wide receivers right now are one of our strengths
  9. BaltimorePatsFan

    BaltimorePatsFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    The man was playing at 270 pounds at one point. I'd say he has nose tackle potential.
  10. cupofjoe1962

    cupofjoe1962 In the Starting Line-Up

    Sounds like he may be bringing his "wasted talent" to south beach !
  11. Brady_to_Moss

    Brady_to_Moss Butler Island is here Supporter

    #95 Jersey :bricks:
  12. scout

    scout Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Can he rush the passer? (someone had to do it)
  13. Claremonster

    Claremonster Banned

    Maybe he needs another two years off for his next comeback.
  14. Jackson 2

    Jackson 2 Supporter Supporter

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    Bring 'em in. We don't have enough wide-outs. Let's give every WR who's cut betweeen now and opening day a look-see.
  15. Joey007

    Joey007 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Its sad when a wide receiver almost weighs as much as a lineman. On the other hand,he could give us depth behind Vince Wilfork
  16. Brady_to_Moss

    Brady_to_Moss Butler Island is here Supporter

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    he should work at stop and shop
  17. demerit

    demerit Rookie

    And he signs a one year deal with the New York Jets in 3...2...1...
  18. goheels22002

    goheels22002 Supporter Supporter

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    In 2011, 12 games, 18 receptions for 236 yards and one TD. He was due $3 million in 2012.

    Miami will sign him - those numbers are identical to Chad Ochocinco's 2011 numbers.
  19. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    It's too bad because it was a good redemption story: top ten draft pick becomes known as one of the league's all-time busts, linked to the failure of Matt Millen and the Lions, then out of nowhere has a good season on his 5th team. Then just a year later he goes from the team's number one receiver to their number four receiver and released once again. It's as if he is one of those guys that can't handle success.

    As for the idea of coming to Foxboro, I just don't see how he improves the team at all - even if he comes in with the best attitude of his career. If there's an available safety or defensive lineman it might be worth considering, but not another wide receiver.
  20. JoeSixPat

    JoeSixPat Pro Bowl Player

    I'll bet they take a look at him.

    Right now Ochocinco is their 3rd best WR
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