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Dec 1, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams (93) looks on prior to the game against the Chicago Bears at Mall of America Field at H.H.H. Metrodome. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Kevin Williams Wants Tom Pelissero to Call the Patriots For Him

Kevin Williams is one of the bigger names still floating around on the free agent market, hoping to land a job for 2014. At this point however, things are looking a little dire for K-Will.

How bad have things become for the former Vikings All-Pro defensive tackle? He’s enlisting the aid of reporters in trying to get the attention of NFL teams.

Williams was talking to Tom Pelissero recently for a USA Today piece when the New England Patriots came up as a possible destination for the one-time Minnesota stalwart. Williams seemed amenable to the idea of going to New England, and in fact solicited Pelissero’s assistance in making the deal happen.

“Well, give them a call,” Williams told Pelissero. “Tell them to look me up.”

Does Tom Pelissero have Bill Belichick’s hotline number? Something tells me he doesn’t.

New England would be a good landing spot for Williams if he wants to make a run at a ring. So would Seattle, but the Seahawks don’t seem that high on Williams after some reported early interest.

But it’s not all bad news for Williams. There could be a team out there that wants to sign him, but they could just be waiting until after June 1 when signing a veteran like Williams no longer negatively impacts them in determining compensatory draft picks.

There’s still a very good chance that Williams will play in 2014. It just won’t be back in Minnesota.

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