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Corey Williams

Defensive tackle Corey Williams has been playing well enough this season to deserve a contract extension, but a look at Detroit defensive tackle Cory Redding explains why Williams probably will be playing elsewhere in 2008, says PackerReport.com's Todd Korth

Last July, Redding signed a seven-year contract worth about $49 million with the Lions, including $16 million guaranteed, according to reports. That made him one of the highest-paid defensive linemen in the National Football League, though, he is not living up to his end of the deal this season. However, in his contract season of 2006 Redding racked up a career-high eight sacks in Detroit's final...

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