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Rotoworld Jan 17, 2015

'Hard to imagine' DeAngelo coming back - DeAngelo Williams (RB) Carolina Panthers

ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton said it is hard to imagine DeAngelo Williams returning to Carolina next season.
Charlotte Observer Jan 13, 2015
Release DeAngelo Williams, and 6 other unemotional decisions Carolina Panthers must make

Release DeAngelo Williams, and 6 other unemotional decisions Carolina Panthers must make

Scott Fowler?s unemotional look at seven things he would do in the next few days and months if he were Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman.
The Herald Jan 13, 2015

Release DeAngelo Williams, and 6 other unemotional decisions Carolina Panthers must make

Scott Fowler’s unemotional look at seven things he would do in the next few days and months if he were Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman.

DeAngelo Williams active for Panthers

The Panthers' "Double Trouble" backfield tandem is together for the first time in more than a month, and how Panthers coach Ron Rivera splits the carries bears watching. DeAngelo Williams, who broke a bone in his right hand in a...
FFToolbox.com Jan 2, 2015

Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart to remain Carolina's workhorse in Week 18

As of Friday, Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams (hand) was listed as "probable" on the team's injury report. After having missed the last four games, Williams is apparently good to go against the Cardinals on Saturday. While the 31-year-old back was sidelined with a broken hand, RB Jonathan Stewart served as Carolina's workhorse and rushed for over 400 yards. It is likely that Williams will see some time, but Stewart is expected to receive the bulk of the carries and remain the Panthers' lead back. FANTASY ANALYSIS: Fingers crossed Coach Rivera can resist temptation and only use DWill to spell...
FFToolbox.com Dec 31, 2014

Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams is 'ready to roll'

Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is all set to play in his first game since Week 13. That's when Williams broke the middle finger on his right hand. Head coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday that Williams is "ready to roll." The Memphis product could have played in last Sunday's NFC South title game at Atlanta, but the team held him out due to concerns regarding his ability to pass protect. Of course, the Panthers didn't really need him as they walloped the Falcons in the Georgia Dome, 34-3. FANTASY ANALYSIS: Although Jonathan Stewart has been the much more productive player in this...

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