Found October 29, 2012 on Grits Blitz:
The reports have been pouring in that Steven Jackson and DeAngelo Williams are on the trading block before the trade deadline on Tuesday.  Peter King named Steven Jackson among the players most likely to be traded while the Charlotte Observer suggested DeAngelo Williams will be gone by the new year, one way or another.  In St. Louis the Rams have some running back depth and the new General Manager has no allegiance to Jackson while the Panthers have moved away from Williams as a feature back.     Oh yeah, he would fit in perfectly in Atlanta.   Wow.  Quality running backs are available?  Atlanta needs quality running backs?  Does this sound like a match made in heaven or just a weak logical connection?  There may be more after the jump. DeAngelo Williams.  Williams was a first round pick of the Panthers way back in 2006.  Williams is a smaller back, only 5'9" but a respectable 215lbs.  Williams has/had 4.4 speed at his Pro Day but has eno...
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