Titans keeping eye on free agents

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  1. The Playmaker

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    Mike Williams has more potential than Roby, Roydell Williams, and Orr.
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  2. NYTitansFan

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    idk what anyone says Mike Williams is good and i am still sticking with him over the other two if we do bring them in
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    The FIRST TIME?! I coulda told you, that show would in all likelihood be right up your alley. It's maaaybe the best comedy since "Seinfeld." It's no Seinfeld, but it is a consistent laugh fest.
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  4. Fry

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    the office was always a big disappointment to me.
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  5. Yossarian

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    Love Scrubs and the Office Both

    .. oh yeah.. love to get Mike Williams in here..
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  6. RollTide

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    Mike williams?

    Heck yeah. He did more his rookie year than that copper guy did in his third season.

    29 catches for 350 yards as a rookie suggests he can play some.

    He would be as valuable as any mid rd WR we picked. Worth a try that's for sure..
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  7. Soxcat

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    IMO it is hard to really judge how good this guys is. He had a decent rookie year and did not even play in 8 games last year (not sure why). What bothers me is he did start two games last year and caught a grand total of one catch for 7 yards. You have to think Roby, Williams, Orr or anyone could be a little more productive just being on the field.

    I do think Martz style calls for smaller quicker guys (like Curtis and McDonald) which might be why Furrey did well in that system. To be honest I'm not sure Williams would do real well in our system either. I do agree he is better than Gage or Copper as a long term solution but who knows with WRs, sometimes they just explode one year like a light goes off or something.
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    He was in the coaches doghouse.
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