12:23 PM EST, Sat January 21, 2017

Steelers’ Williams proves health, worth in regular-season finale

Already in a celebratory mood Sunday, a light-hearted compliment from his coach — “You’re still kind of all right” — made DeAngelo Williams chuckle. After ...
Beaver County Times Jan 1, 2017
Steelers Week 17 GamePlay: Backup running backs vs. Cleveland's run D is the matchup to watch

Steelers Week 17 GamePlay: Backup running backs vs. Cleveland's run D is the matchup to watch

Today's game won't hold a lot of drama for the Steelers but they do need to work in running backs DeAngelo Williams and Fitzgerald Toussaint.
Akron Beacon Journal Dec 31, 2016

Browns vs. Steelers: Keys to the Game

1. The Browns defense needs to be strong against the run, just as it was in a 20-17 win at home over the San Diego Chargers on Christmas Eve. The Browns limited the Chargers to 34 yards on 19 carries a week after the Buffalo Bills torched them for 280 yards on 40 attempts in a 33-13 win. Although the Steelers are expected to rest starting running back Le’Veon Bell, backup DeAngelo Williams is formidable and was a star with the Carolina Panthers. Bell, 24, has rushed for over 4,000 yards in his NFL career, and Williams, 33, has rushed for over 8,000 yards in his NFL career.2. Protecting the...

Steelers notebook: RB Williams eager to make return

Games against the Baltimore Ravens bookended DeAngelo Williams’ injury-shortened season with the Steelers. The starting running back when Le’Veon Bell was suspended for the first ...
Beaver County Times Dec 29, 2016
Steelers Insider: Rookies bring out best in each other; DeAngelo Williams' return

Steelers Insider: Rookies bring out best in each other; DeAngelo Williams' return

Artie Burns, Sean Davis and Javon Hargrave have more in common than just being roommates at one point.
NumberFire Dec 28, 2016

Steelers will rest key skill players in Week 17

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin confirmed on Wednesday that running back Le'Veon Bell, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and wide receiver Antonio Brown (rest) will not play in Sunday's Week 17 finale against the Cleveland Browns. What It Means: The playoff picture in the AFC is pretty much set so the Steelers won't risk injury to their key players. It's unknown whether DeAngelo Williams will play or not, but it could be Fitzgerald Toussaint leading the Pittsburgh backfield on Sunday if Williams sits too. Our models project Toussaint for 30 yards on seven carries and...
DeAngelo Williams dressed like an elf before Ravens vs. Steelers

DeAngelo Williams dressed like an elf before Ravens vs. Steelers

The Pittsburgh running back is in the Christmas spirit. DeAngelo Williams showed up to Heinz Field before the Pittsburgh Steelers took on the Baltimore Ravens on Christmas Day in a full-on elf suit. Yes. A full-on elf suit. His hat, as you can see, is red and green, but reads “Steelers,” complete with the team’s logo on the front. He’s got the green jacket, the belt, and the yellow tights, and those look very much like elf shoes on his feet. The sack of gifts over his shoulder completes the look. Williams is basically the NFL version of Buddy the Elf. ...

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