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Jamar Williams: On the Radar

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Honestly, I think this is one of Pat Yas's better columns and he does build up Williams quite a bit in the final paragraph.

As recently as a couple of days ago, Jamar Williams looked like a backup linebacker and special-teams player for the Carolina Panthers. Now, he could be a starter.

Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/10581

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pantherfan49    598

Wouldn't be the first time that the Panthers made something happen with a "throw-in" player.

Al Wallace comes to mind. Jason Baker also to a lesser degree.

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What's not on Pat's radar is that Beason will be moved to WLB...

I think that will happen too. Our coaching staff isn't stupid. We have a potentially solid MLB who has been sitting on the bench. Beason is versatile and can play any of the positions. It'd make the most since to move Beason around and plug in guys who are a little more specialized.

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necroplasm    9

Chicago will hate us if he turns into a stud and pep only shows up for a few games

Oh and Sherrod Martin goes to the Pro Bowl. Wouldn't that be great for the people who bitched about the Harris trade.....including me! :)

I'm sure Hurney would be celebrating.

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monstercat    0

A good many Bears fans sure seem to think a lot of Jamar Williams. Some of them even thought he was just as good as Lance Briggs.

Anyway, I'm pretty confident that Meeks will field a good LBer corps with the players he has. They finished the season very strong last year despite the loss of TD, which was impressive.

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SOJA    5,336

Prediction: Lance Briggs sucks for the next three years, Jamar Williams is pretty good. Bears trade back to get Jamar Williams. Bears remain the Panthers sloppy seconds

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As a bear fan, I was comofrtable whenever jw was on the field. He didn't worry me a bit. The one game he started in he led the team in tackles by rackin up almost 20. Granted, it was against the rams. Some people criticize his coverage ability.

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Prediction: Lance Briggs sucks for the next three years, Jamar Williams is pretty good. Bears trade back to get Jamar Williams. Bears remain the Panthers sloppy seconds
haha. Still bitter that your best defensive player and elite pass rusher prefered to play in chi for less than he was offered in car.

Ohh btw, briggs is the best wlb in the game. He has been voted to the pro bowl every yr for the past 4 yrs.

Ohh and thanks for trading harris to us. He loves chicago.

Lol.

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SuperXMSat    0

haha. Still bitter that your best defensive player and elite pass rusher prefered to play in chi for less than he was offered in car.

Ohh btw, briggs is the best wlb in the game. He has been voted to the pro bowl every yr for the past 4 yrs.

Ohh and thanks for trading harris to us. He loves chicago.

Lol.

Pretty sure that most people on here would have considered Beason our best defensive player.

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jramsey4    2

haha. Still bitter that your best defensive player and elite pass rusher prefered to play in chi for less than he was offered in car.

Ohh btw, briggs is the best wlb in the game. He has been voted to the pro bowl every yr for the past 4 yrs.

Ohh and thanks for trading harris to us. He loves chicago.

Lol.

Well considering how terrible Angelo has been recently and how much Hurney has made him look like his b*tch I wouldn't count your chickens before they hatch. That goes for Peppers as well.

I am starting to like the Harris/Williams trade more and more. Harris really wasn't all that great the last couple of seasons. He is a dying breed in todays NFL.

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