Found October 31, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
The 2012 NFL Trade Deadline is just over a day away, and while trade rumors are running rampant in regards to DeAngelo Williams, Steven Jackson, Dwayne Bowe, Steve Smith, and Tim Tebow are all likely to remain with their current NFL teams. While there may be countless rumors about all of these players possibly switching teams at the deadline, none of them are likely to get dealt by tomorrow afternoon. The Carolina Panthers would love to trade DeAngelo Williams. His contact is an albatross for them as they look to move forward. But his production is down, and no team will be willing to assume Williams’ contract. He will also not restructure a deal, meaning that fans of the Green bay Packers, Arizona Cardinals and others who are seeking an upgrade at the running back position can forget about their dreams of their team acquiring a marquee name back before the deadline. That will be the case with almost all of the aforementioned players. The Panthers are also receiving calls about Stev...
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