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DeAngelo Williams

DeAngelo Williams played 11 years in the National Football League, the first nine of which were with the Carolina Panthers.  A Pro Bowl Selection in 2009 when he rushed for 1,117 Yards, Williams would actually have a better 2008 where had a career high 1,515 Rushing Yards (third overall in the NFL) and was the league leader in Touchdowns with 20.  That season he was a Second Team All Pro, though he was not chosen for the Pro Bowl.

12. DeAngelo Williams

DeAngelo Williams arrived in Carolina as a late 1st Round Pick in 2006 where he would play at Running Back for nine seasons.  Williams started well, and in his third season (2008) he would set a career-high in Rushing Yards with 1,515 and a league-leading 18 Rushing Touchdowns.  He was left off of the Pro Bowl roster but would be named a Second Team All-Pro.  He would rush for over 1,100 Yards the next year and would get that Pro Bowl Selection.  Williams would share the load with Jonathan Stewart, and while he never had another 1,000 Yard season again, he would finish his career in Carolina (before signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015) with 8,467 Yards from Scrimmage and 53 Touchdowns.
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