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Old 11-23-2004   #7
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Ok, so it's true no doubt that if Ricky Williams was without a doubt right in the head and ready to play football AND ready to grow up and get past his weed "phase" then yes he'd be a guy you would want on your team. Monster back who can really effect any game he's in. How in the world could you be sure enough to get in with that though?

What could Ricky possibly do to convince a team, any team much less the Texans, that it's safe to aquire him. How could he, his agent, or any power on earth convince Charlie Casserly that Ricky Williams is the way to go after this year and the stuff he's pulled?

I just don't see it happening here. The guy who could sell the Houston Texans on Ricky Williams could sell ice to eskimos.
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