• Team plans to keep DeAngelo Williams

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 24, 2013
    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 Saturday. Williams, 29, is due to make $5 million this year and a has a cap figure of $8.2 million. Williams, the franchise rushing leader, rushed for 737 yards and five touchdowns last season. Gettleman was not the man behind doubling down on expensive tailbacks in an era where plenty of teams ...
    • Report: Panthers plan to keep both Stewart and Williams

      When General Manager Dave Gettleman spoke about the future of the Panthers’ backfield this week, he said that “decisions have to be made” but that he didn’t see why the team couldn’t hold onto both Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams. It seem

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