The Cowboys will give up a first-round pick in 2009, plus a third- and sixth-rounder that year for Williams and a seventh-round pick in '10. The Cowboys and Williams agreed to a five-year extension worth $45 million, including more than $20 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen. The contract language is still being finalized.That's a lot to give up and a big contract extension to boot. Something we all know the Bears never would have done. Besides, in the Chicago norm of running good players out of town ("I hate you Alfonso Soriano, Aramis Ramirez, Ben Gordon, Bernard Berrian, etc."), I couldn't see him ever being liked in Chi-town. Plus, it's not like there is anyone to throw him the ball. Further, he plays offense. BOOOO!!!! Oh, this is a great move by the Lions, by the way. It puts them out of the picture for another couple of years, but it's not like they were going to be competitive anytime soon anyway. Trade your "best" player and rebuild; something the Bears could learn about.