Larry Brown Sports "The Carolina Panthers may have decided last week that they are going to release DeAngelo Williams, but the veteran running back’s relationship with the organization went stale almost a year ago. During an interview with WBTV’s Molly Grantham on Monday, Williams revealed that he was hurt by the..." February 24
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers all-time leading rusher DeAngelo Williams says as a result of the way the organization treated the death of his mother to breast cancer in May, that he wasn't upset when told last week he would be released. Williams told Charlotte's WBTV, in an exclusive interview that aired..." February 24
#Panthers spokesman Steve Drummond says DeAngelo Williams has not been released yet.
The Panthers won't release DeAngelo Williams until the new league year starts on 3/10 if they want to use a post-June 1 designation on him.
Covers.com "DeAngelo Williams, the Carolina Panthers' career rushing leader, said Monday he will be released by the team. Williams told WBTV that general manager David Gettleman and coach Ron Rivera informed him of the coming move in a meeting last week. Williams, 31, leads the 20-year-old franchise..." February 23
Fox Sports Carolinas "In his brief time as general manager of the Carolina Panthers, Dave Gettleman has left no doubt that running an NFL team should be based on business, not emotion. He even said as much. "If you're emotional about your decision, you're going to really do something stupid," Gettleman..." February 17
Ron Rivera says he's "pretty much" ruled out RB DeAngelo Williams (hand) and G Amini Silatolu (knee) for #Saints' game.
Ron Rivera: DeAngelo has a fractured bone in his right middle finger. Day-by-day.
Charlotte Observer "The Panthers look like they'll have two parts of their three-headed backfield together for Thursday's NFC South game against New Orleans. Panthers coach Ron Rivera says franchise rushing leader DeAngelo Williams has indicated he's "ready to roll," and will practice this week for the first time..." October 27
Pro Football Talk "Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Monday that running back DeAngelo Williams was doubtful to play this week because of a sprained ankle. A picture that Williams posted on Twitter on Wednesday seems to make doubtful an optimistic read on his chances of playing against the Bears this weekend...." October 01
RB DeAngelo Williams with high ankle sprain is officially out against Chicago. #panthers
Deangelo Williams tells fans at his Williams Warriors reception that he is out a few weeks with high ankle sprain.
NFL.com "Two-thirds of the Panthers' triple threat at running back isn't likely to play when Carolina visits the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but at least the other third is back in the mix. Starting running back DeAngelo Williams, who missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, returned to full..." September 24
DeAngelo Williams (hamstring) returned to practice today. Thomas Davis and Jonathan Stewart (knee) were both out. #Panthers
Jason Avant (thigh), Jerricho Cotchery (thigh) and DeAngelo Williams (thigh) all questionable. Fozzy (thigh) is doubtful.
Pro Football Talk "Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams was shocked to learn that none of the wide receivers who caught passes for Carolina last year would be back this year. Asked on NFL AM about the departure of veteran receiver Steve Smith, Williams said he hated to see Smith go, but it went beyond just..." April 10
Despite being listed as questionable, Panthers RBs Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert will play today. RB DeAngelo Williams is very doubtful.
DeAngelo Williams (quad) hasn't practiced all week.
DeAngelo Williams and Chase Blackburn were back participating in practice today. Light drills were open to the media.
Rivera expects Charles Johnson (groin) and DeAngelo Williams (quad) to practice Friday.
DeAngelo Williams (quad) also out today.
Charlotte Observer "Through three weeks of the regular season only two running backs have more rushing yards than DeAngelo Williams. LeSean McCoy leads the way with 395 and behind him is Tampa Bay’s Doug Martin with 297. Williams sits third with 291 yards. He said he wasn’t even aware until media members..." September 27
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams pointed to the departure of former offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski as a reason behind his strong start to the season. Williams has 291 rushing yards through three games the third-highest total in the NFL. "I'm not going to start anything..." September 25
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams spent the past two seasons looking for more carries. Williams should get them this year. After meeting with a foot specialist on Tuesday about his surgically repaired right ankle Jonathan Stewart –Williams’ backfield mate – will begin the..." August 28
Cat Crave "Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams have lately been “crash and bash” rather than “smash and dash”. While I realize some of these falters were due to bad reads by the OC, the RBs need to take their share of the responsibility. The great running backs did not lose yards simply because of a..." June 23
Yahoo! Sports "Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams has restructured his contract in a move that could keep the 2006 first-round pick out of Memphis with the team through the 2015 season, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to "Shutdown Corner". Williams was entering the third..." May 15
Charlotte Observer "Just when it appeared as though 2013 would be DeAngelo Williams' final year in Carolina, the franchise's leading rusher has restructured his contract with the team. The Observer's Joe Person confirms Williams has restructured his contract in a way that saves the Panthers $3.2 million in cap..." May 15
Charlotte Observer "The Panthers want to keep their highly paid, backfield tandem intact. Despite being about $10 million over the projected $122 million salary cap, the Panthers plan to keep both running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, a league source with knowledge of the situation said..." February 24
Charlotte Observer "The Panthers want to keep their highly-paid, backfield tandem intact. Despite being about $10 million over the projected $122 million salary cap, the Panthers hope to keep both running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, according to a league source with knowledge of the..." February 23