Even With the Williams’ Potential Suspensions, Minnesota Vikings Will Be Fine

May 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's only been a couple of days since word spread that the Pat and Kevin Williams will potentially be suspended for taking an illegal substance, Bumetanide, that was in the drug, Starcaps.
While this is a big blow to the defensive line, the Purple People Eaters will do just fine with the depth they have.
Pat Williams is in all likelihood entering his final NFL season. Age has shown its ugly color for Pat. He struggled last season and clearly wasn't the same dominating defensive tackle he once was.
He didn't play as much and came out frequently for passing situations. Who was usually the player to take his spot? That would be Jimmy Kennedy.
Kennedy was drafted in the first-round of the 2003 NFL Draft, just three spots behind the other Vikings' defensive tackle, Kevin Williams.
While Kennedy has been around the league including stops at St. Louis, Jacksonville, and Chicago, he found his true home in Minnesota where he enjoyed success in 2009.
He showed that...

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