The NFL, the gracious institution that it is, relaxed its strict uniform code for Week 13 and permitted players to wear customized cleats during their games to support their preferred causes. This is because the league figured out how to control and benefit from their employees’ creativity on its terms.
I wish someone would prank me like this.
Today is the day when everyone is supposed to shower Peyton Manning with praise. That’s all fine and good, but I’m personally glad that DeAngelo Williams is here to balance things out with some raw pettiness (especially since much of it comes at the expense of Pete Prisco, wearer of weird shorts).
So that’s a weird headline. It only exists because DeAngelo Williams and Jordan Cameron are part of this year’s American Football Without Barriers camp in Egypt, and also because it’s hard to hold a pee on a long bus trip.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams has an incredibly personal connection to the cause of breast cancer awareness. Four of his aunts died of breast cancer, and last year, so did his mother, Sandra Hill. Williams has dyed his hair pink, painted his toenails, and written about his family’s history of…
Running back DeAngelo Williams found out last week that the Carolina Panthers would cut him. No longer a Panther, he decided to air some grievances, specifically involving the Panthers' relationship with Sandra Hill, his mother who died of breast cancer in May 2014.
The Ravens and Panthers play this Sunday, which means that Ravens receiver Steve Smith, who was released by the Panthers in the offseason, will be facing his old team for the first time. If you know anything about Steve Smith, you shouldn't be surprised to learn that he started his shit-talking early.
DeAngelo Williams's mother, Sandra Hill, died of breast cancer last May, and Hill's four sisters—Williams's aunts—all died of the disease from 1992 to 2011. Today, Williams is playing with his hair dyed pink to help raise awareness about breast cancer.
Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams had a disappointing game on Sunday, carrying the ball six times for six yards and fumbling once. Overall, it has not been a good season for Williams (Week 1 line: six rushes for a loss of one yard and one catch for five yards), and it didn't make him feel better when irate…