Found October 31, 2012 on NFL Trade Rumors:
Darin Gantt of Pro Football Talk reports that league sources have him informed him that there’s a “viable chance” that the Carolina Panthers trade RB DeAngelo Williams before tomorrow’s deadline. Gantt adds that “several teams” have already been in contact with the Panthers regarding Williams and the interest among these teams is “serious.” Williams contract seems like an impeding factor, but according to Gantt’s sources, the Panthers are “absolutely” prepared to take cap hit as long as it’s the right deal. Gantt also mentions that it ”seems apparent” Williams not be back with the Panthers next season, even if he’s not traded in the next 24 hours. We’ll have more updates on this topic as the news becomes available.

“At Least One Playoff-Contender” Has Contacted The Panthers About DeAngelo Williams

Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports that a team source has informed him that “at least one playoff-contending team” has contacted that Panthers regarding RB DeAngelo Williams. Earlier in the day, head coach Ron Rivera mentioned that they’re not actively looking to trade Williams, but he didn’t rule out the idea completely. “We’ve got to sit here and see...

RB Williams trying to take demotion in stride

Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is in the second year of the five-year, $43.5 million contract yet his future in Carolina has never been more uncertain. Williams was benched two weeks ago for Jonathan Stewart and has just 13 carries for 37 yards in his last two games. He's says he's heard talk about being on the trading block, but doesn't pay much attention...

Panthers’ DeAngelo Williams ignoring trade rumors

Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams admitted Wednesday that while he is frustrated with his slow start he is ignoring the trade rumors involving him (Credit: AP Photo) After a career low start to his 2012 NFL season, Carolina Panthers back DeAngelo Williams has been the subject of some trade rumors. Williams currently only has 210 yards on 61 attempts and the Panthers...

Report: DeAngelo Williams could be “on the move”

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, the Carolina Panthers are still taking calls on possibly trading running back DeAngelo Williams and he could end up being traded. “Could be on the move. Panthers continue to listen to phone calls. There is interest from other teams,” said Schefter. With Williams being 29 years-old, I wouldn’t bother trading for him with all...

DeAngelo Williams Needs to Be Traded by Panthers Before Thursday's NFL Trade Deadline Due to Crowded Backfield

The Carolina Panthers have the rare opportunity to erase a boneheaded decision made one year ago, and they have to take it. The Panthers signed DeAngelo Williams to a five-year, $43 million contract in July of 2011, and now they must trade him. The decision to sign Williams never made sense. Running backs should never be signed long-term to such large contracts...

D-Willy On The Trade Block

I could be on the move Juan… The trade deadline has been moved back to Thursday, so there will be a couple of extra days to pull the trigger on a trade.  DeAngelo Williams is another player that could on the trade block.  The Panthers have already made a commitment to make Jonathan Stewart the starter, so getting value for D-Will will be helpful to a team that has a ton of holes...

Report: DeAngelo Williams likely going no where

Yesterday it was reported that Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams may end up being traded before today’s deadline. According to Steve Reed of the Associated Press, everything is quiet and Williams isn’t isn’t expected to be traded before today’s 4pm NFL trade deadline. It looks like Williams’ contract is just too big.  He’s still owed a ton of guaranteed money....

NFL Trade Deadline: DeAngelo Williams, Steven Jackson, Dwayne Bowe And Steve Smith Likely Staying Put Despite NFL Rumors

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...

NFL Trade Deadline Live Blog: DeAngelo Williams, Jared Cook Among Biggest Names Who Could Move

10:30 a.m.: By the way, don't hold your breath on any sort of blockbuster deals at the deadline, like we see in every other sport. If you think back to last year, it was quarterback Carson Palmer who was traded to Oakland in one of the biggest deadline deals in league history. And the Bengals didn't have much of a choice, either, considering Palmer was "retired"...

NFL players likely staying put with the trade deadline approaching

With tomorrow’s trade deadline almost here we already know that DeAngelo Williams could end up getting traded and Tim Tebow isn’t going anywhere. Right now it doesn’t look like Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe will be leaving Kansas City. “Will not happen … unlikely, at least. No team is gonna pay ($4.5M) for a player on an expiring contract,” per ESPN’s Adam Schefter...

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Click on photo to read more about the ‘Fins There are more stories in the article than just the Dolphins turnaround. Another story that has piqued the interest of football fans is the potential deals of both D’Angelo Williams and Stephen Jackson. You can be sure one of those dudes is headed to Green Bay. Enjoy The Press Disney has purchased ‘LucasFilms’, eyes the release...
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