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Kevin Williams leaves Giants visit without signing

Posted by: Mark Craig under Ex-Vikings Updated: April 15, 2014 - 9:47 PM

Former Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams said he has boarded a flight from New York with "nothing really to report" following his visit with the Giants today.

"Had a good visit and gonna see what happens!" Williams said via text message, indicating that the two sides have not made a decision despite the fact Williams left town without a deal.

Williams, who arrived in New York on Monday night, has not ruled out playing what would be a 12th NFL season after spending the first 11 with the Vikings. The Giants were the first team to bring Williams in for a visit. They're looking for a tackle to play alongside Cullen Jenkins after the Vikings signed nose tackle Linval Joseph earlier in free agency.

The Vikings have filled their depth at defensive tackle and had already ruled Williams out of their plans.

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