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  1. Worst contracts in the NFC South?

    Pat Yasinskas

    John Clayton has his list of the 10 worst contracts in the NFL and two NFC South players are on it. Carolina running back DeAngelo Williams (five years, $43 million) came in at No. 6. It's tough to dispute that because Williams hasn't produced big...

    Blog | October 25, 2012
  2. Panthers add TE Ben Hartsock

    Pat Yasinskas

    The Carolina Panthers continue to make lots of noise. This one's not as big as DeAngelo Williams or Charles Johnson, but's John Clayton reports veteran tight end Ben Hartsock has agreed to a two-year deal. This move comes just after the P...

    Blog | July 27, 2011
  3. Around the NFC South

    Pat Yasinskas

    Time for an evening stroll through Wednesday's headlines across the NFC South. Carolina running back DeAngelo Williams sat out practice with a foot injury. Coach John Fox wouldn't say much about the outlook for Williams playing this week. If Willi...

    Blog | October 27, 2010
  4. Panthers add LB with Williams trade

    Pat Yasinskas

    The much-anticipated trade of Carolina safety Chris Harris to Chicago for linebacker Jamar Williams now is a done deal, John Clayton reports. Consider this another step in Carolina's youth movement. Harris had been a solid safety since arriving in...

    Blog | April 27, 2010
  5. Williams, Stewart running on supreme fuel

    Pat Yasinskas

    This really happened and I've still got the tape to prove it. During a winter in which everyone has been bashing coach John Fox and GM Marty Hurney, there actually is someone singing their praises. It's Carolina running back DeAngelo Williams. ...

    Blog | March 19, 2010
  6. Tonight's inactives

    Pat Yasinskas

    Posted by's Pat Yasinskas NEW ORLEANS -- Here are the inactive players for tonight's game. VIKINGS: John David Booty (third quarterback), Sidney Rice, Madieu Williams, Benny Sapp, Thomas Tapeh, Drew Radovich, Marcus Johnson and Letroy Guion....

    Blog | October 06, 2008