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HOUSTON (AP) — Injured Texans OLB Mario Williams says he's healing "extremely fast" in his recovery from a torn chest muscle that will sideline him the rest of this season.

The 6-foot-6, 283-pound Williams left in the first quarter of Houston's 25-20 loss to Oakland on Oct. 9. He was placed on injured reserve and had surgery, his second operation in less than a year.

Williams says his recovery is "actually going too well," though he set no timeline on when he'd be able to restart football-related activities.

Williams, the franchise's all-time sacks leader, spoke Tuesday outside Houston Police headquarters near downtown, where he donated five Chevrolet Camaros to the department's traffic fleet. He says he's considering a career in law enforcement after his playing career is over.

 

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