By Clinton Ho, Panthers Correspondent, Mon, Feb 23rd 4:30pm EST
Williams told WBTV in an exclusive interview on Monday that he was cut by the Panthers last week during a meeting with coach Ron Rivera and general manager Dave Gettleman. A team spokesperson said Williams has not officially been released and that no transaction is expected on Monday. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: At the ripe age of 32, Williams' career as a RB is nearing an end whether he is officially cut by the Panthers or not. It's hard to imagine Williams becoming a workhorse for any team at this point of his career, the biggest beneficiary out of this will be Jonathan Stewart who finished the year strong and for the first time, won't have any immediate competition for carries.
By Mike Wright, Panthers Correspondent, Mon, Nov 3rd 2:22pm EST
DeAngelo Williams received the start in Thursday's loss to the Saints. He ran the ball 8 times for 20 yards and added 1 catch for 30 yards.
Fantasy Impact: The Panthers are back to the dreaded RBBC. Williams will have little fantasy value with Stewart around, and vice versa. Fantasy players should not count on any consistent value from Williams and should look elsewhere.
By Scott Whitfield, Panthers Correspondent, Tue, Oct 28th 11:33pm EDT
Coach Ron Rivera said today that DeAngelo looked good in practice and also said he was actually ahead of schedule. Despite Jonathan Stewart's 4.9 yards per carry in Week 8, Coach Rivera has named DeAngelo the starter for Week 9. (Source: Jeff Darlington on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: DeAngelo Williams was a limited participant in practice Monday and Tuesday and should be a full participant on Wednesday. After 8 weeks the Saints defense is giving up the 11th most fantasy points and 6th most receiving yards to running backs.
By Noah Wygal, Panthers Correspondent, Fri, Sep 26th 9:20pm EDT
Deangelo Williams returns to the Panthers lineup as the unquestioned featured back with Tolbert and Stewart out with injury. While it seems Williams will get a heavy workload, it doesn't mean he is a great play. The highest output by a RB this season against the Ravens is Le'Veon Bell with only 59 yards and no TD's.
Fantasy Impact: While Williams will undoubtedly get heavy touches, his outlook against a stout Ravens run D isn't good. Especially considering he is coming back from a thigh injury. I see Williams as a low end RB2 play this week.
By Mike Wright, Panthers Correspondent, Tue, Sep 23rd 5:28pm EDT
DeAngelo Williams was inactive this past week, leading to playing time for Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert. It did not end well for them. Tolbert is now on the IR/designated to return list and Stewart has a sprained knee that will likely cost him a month of time. (Source: Joe Person on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: DWill has shown that, with opportunity, he can produce. He was a solid RB2 to start last year with Stewart out. Now Stewart and Tolbert are both gone, leaving DWill staring at a potential workhorse situation. Throw in that Newton isn't running with his busted ankle and Dwill looks primed for fantasy glory.
By Scott Whitfield, Panthers Correspondent, Fri, Sep 12th 5:20pm EDT
Ed Werder of ESPN reports that Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams 'did some running today, but still has pain. Barring unexpected improvement, he's not likely to pay Sunday vs. Lions.' (Source: Ed Werder on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: DeAngelo Williams’s owners need to make other plans for Sunday. Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert will see a spike in touches and Stewart makes for an interesting flex play in PPR.
Breaking Football | Feb 24th
Franchise leading rusher DeAngelo Williams was released last week from his long time home with the Carolina Panthers. Williams told WBTV, a Charlotte TV station, that he was cut following a meeting with coach Ron Rivera and general manager Dave Gettleman days ago. Williams joined running back Jonathan Stewart in the Carolina backfield for many great seasons but upper management could not justify c...
EDSFootball | Feb 23rd
It was expected (and it's not yet official), but the Panthers will release running back DeAngelo Williams, per Molly Grantham of WBTV. Turning 32 years old the week before the 2015 NFL Draft, Williams played in just six games last...