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Williams: "I know how to play"

Bears kick returner and wide receiver Chris Williams is the smallest man on Chicago's roster, yet he's ready to prove his skill set can overcome his lack of ideal size.

In today's NFL, size matters. Most professional players, particularly those at the skill positions, have an elite blend of size and speed. It's the reason they are paid millions to play a kid's game. Yet there are exceptions. Just ask Tim Jennings, a two-time Pro Bowl cornerback who at 5-8, 185 pounds is one of the smallest corners in the league. Obviously, if you have an amazing skill set...

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