NFC Notes: Williams, Seahawks, Vikings

New Seahawks defensive tackle Kevin Williams has a Hall of Fame résumé, but Seattle isn’t getting that player, Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times writes.

That’s not such a bad thing, though.

The Seahawks employ one of the deeper defensive line rotations in the league. Williams played more snaps last season for the Vikings than any Seattle end or tackle, and he’s looking forward to being used more sparingly: “I think if I’m playing 500 plays versus 700 plays at this age I can definitely still get after the quarterback.”

Williams, who played 718 defensive snaps in 2013, will look to replace Chris Clemons, Red Bryant and Clinton McDonald, former Seahawks defensive linemen who took their talents elsewhere in free agency.

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