McNair, however, isn't preoccupied with the quarterback position, but focused on re-signing outside linebacker Mario Williams, who will become an unrestricted free agent unless he can reach a last-minute deal with the Texans. Otherwise, Williams would probably become the most coveted defensive player on the market.
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"If there were an ideal club for him to be with, if it was just his decision alone, it would be the Texans because that gives him the best chance to win and that's really what he's looking for," McNair said Tuesday during a radio interview with KILT-AM. "But, we have a quarterback that we're happy with. Now the teams that he's talking to are the teams that don't have a quarterback and they're taking the risk of bringing a player in that they haven't even worked out."
"It really doesn't matter," McNair laughed. "We beat him when he was healthy and we'll do it again."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.