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On Monday, we gave you our blueprint for managing the Texans' offseason, which included re-signing Mario Williams only if the price is right. There has been much debate online and off about what to do with the talented linebacker, who was on a blistering pace before tearing a pectoral muscle earlier this year. Commenter Matt thinks he knows the answer.
Given the NFL salary cap and the needs of the Texans, resigning Mario would be a HORRIBLE decision. If we could find a way to sign and trade him for picks, then we would be doing great for ourselves; but sign and trades don't seem to occur in football.
Nope, sign and trades don't happen in the NFL. It's going to be a long offseason.