DeAngelo Williams 'Definitely' Wants To Play In 2017

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Former Pittsburgh Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams rushed for four scores and 343 yards in 2016, and he doesn't want to hang up his cleats just yet. "I keep in shape because I know once that phone call comes, when it comes, not if, but when it comes, I'll be ready to step up and deliver because that's what they are asking of me when they place that phone call".

Me, considering myself a reliable football player - I'm not going to say reliable running back, I'm going to say reliable football player - I know that somebody out there feels as if like they can depend on me. I guess you could say that, I mean, not guess, you can say that.

Vaticano, morto Joaquìn Navarro Valls, storico portavoce di Giovanni Paolo II
Navarro Valls è stato il trait-d'union con la stampa per gran parte del pontificato di Giovanni Paolo II. "1936-2017. Studiò presso l'Università di Granada , ottenendo una laurea in Medicina e Chirurgia nel 1961 .

An 11-year National Football League veteran, DeAngelo Williams has taken plenty of hits. Williams told ESPN's Adam Schefter that he participated in the wrestling match as a promise to his late uncle, who was a big wrestling fan. Williams said that the one time in the ring was enough and he's officially retiring from wrestling. With a GM, or head coach, or whoever decides they need my services. I'll be ready. You can rest assured of that. So, I would have to say the Pittsburgh Steelers.

An NFL contract, he said, would've prevented him from wrestling on July 2. Given the rate of injuries around the league, it would not be a surprise if Williams had already found a team long before the regular season begins. In 10 games where he's gotten more than 15 carries over the past two years, Williams has totaled 1,042 rushing yards, which is north of 100 yards per game, a highly impressive number for any stretch during this pass-happy National Football League; the only guy to average 100 yards per game last year was rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott. I like Pittsburgh. I'm not saying that's where I'd like to finish my career because that was the last team to have my rights. Since joining the Steelers in 2015, Williams has been one of the best backups in the NFL. Pittsburgh drafted James Conner in the third round as Williams' replacement and added Knile Davis this offseason.

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