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OL Chris williams visits Carolina

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"@HBalzer721: OL Chris Williams visits Carolina; safety Craig Dahl visits San Francisco"

I remember him being a bust at tackle for the bears, but he was a decent guard

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We're definitely in the market for an offensive lineman.

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nb4 Super Bowl

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I'd take him. Maybe move him inside at RG?

A lot of potential but never played out in the windy city

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tons of people on here wanted him in 2008 lol

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RG--another quality player and they will offer an unguaranteed contract.

I remember I got mad when we missed on this guy and took Stewart and then traded up for Otah.

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No,... just no....

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No,... just no....

Reason? (I think he is a bust, but going on hearsay) Nothing wrong with unguaranteed contracts--except it squeezes cap

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Really think this will happen. He's coming in for a visit which means one thing, contract talk. He'll be a Panthers by tomorrow.

Unlike the "interest" we showed in Cason.

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He is better than what we would currently field at RG.

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A former bust for us turned out to be a fairly decent OG for the Eagles. Remember Evan Mathis?

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He is better than what we would currently field at RG.

Bears have one of the worst pass protecting lines in the NFL....

He is one of the bad ones from that group....

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