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Team wants to meet with Williams; Changes on the offensive line

Mar 24, 2006 at 11:20 PM--


Team wants to meet with Mario Williams

Adam Schefter of the NFL Network reports that the San Francisco 49ers are hoping to visit with North Carolina State defensive end Mario Williams in late April.

Changes on the offensive line

49ers.com reports that San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Nolan said offensive tackle Adam Snyder will move to right tackle to compete with Kwame Harris for the starting position.

49ers.com reports that last year's starting left guard, Justin Smiley, will be moved to the right side and will compete with both David Baas and Eric Heitmann for the starting role.

The 49ers have also officially signed OG Larry Allen. Head coach Mike Nolan said Allen will start at left guard in 2006.



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