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What Would You Do to Keep Mario Williams? Check #houstonwhatugot

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Already dazed by several unexpected farewells, two Houston Texans have started a Twitter campaign to get Mario Williams to stay here.

Texans Shaun Cody and Connor Barwin are urging fans to use the hashtag #houstonwhatugot to convince Super Mario to stay.

Some highlights:

And from the fans:

J. @FieldLevelView Do you want to parade with bulls, or do you want to freeze with the Bills? #HoustonWhatUGot

Shawnda @foodiebride Hey Mario. Remember how cold it was yesterday? That's "summer" in Buffalo. On a good day. Stay. Please. #houstonwhatugot

Amy @missugar07 ❤ RT @mikenhtown: @shauncody95 I will name my kid that's on the way Mario Christopher even if it's a girl #houstonwhatugot

Tyler Powell @TylerPowell45 Mario and Chris we need you back in Houston! I think reliant should rename the blue and red lot to your name. #houstonwhatugot

And...

Shaun Cody @ShaunCody95 Good job houstonians. Mario's didn't sign and he's flyin back home. We won the battle but the wars not over. #heheardus


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