Toe Problems Continue to Plague Top Draft Pick

Defensive end Mario Williams, the top overall selection in the NFL draft in April, continues to be plagued by toe problems in his early days with the Houston Texans.

Williams missed practice time this week because of an infection in a toe. This problem apparently was not related to the infections that led to Williams having to have the toe nails surgically removed from both his big toes in June.

By Mark Maske |  August 3, 2006; 4:16 PM ET  | Category:  Texans
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Parcells is unhappy with the talent that Jerry Jones has given him. He never wanted Owens at the price Jones paid for him and who would, when you have to be a parent to him. Parcells needed to upgrade the offensive line and to me getting Fabien and losing Allen doesn't seem like an upgrade to me. Cowboys will not finish with more than 9 wins.

Posted by: Joe Washington | August 5, 2006 7:24 PM

I'M a Cowboy fan and the day I heard that we signed T.O. I almost lost my cookies. Doesn't anyone in Cowboy management have any integry. Don't they remember when he played as a fourty-niner and disgraced the team in it's own facility by stomping on the Cowboy emblem? I will never forgive him for that and my hatred for the man will never go away. Jerry Jones would sell his soul(if he still has it) to win one more Super Bowl!!!!

Posted by: MARTY SCHNABLE | August 5, 2006 7:39 PM

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