DeAngelo Williams credits Memphis for longevity in NFL

When the Pittsburgh Steelers picked Pittsburgh <a href="">Ben Roethlisberger Womens Jersey</a> running back James Conner in the third round of last weekend's NFL draft, former Steeler and current free agent DeAngelo Williams knew right <a href="">Antonio Brown Authentic Jersey</a> away what it meant for him.


"When you take a running back in the first three rounds, that running back has an opportunity to play and they find ways to <a href="">Ryan Mathews Youth Jersey</a> get him on the field," Williams said in an interview on ESPN 92.9 FM on Tuesday afternoon. "So the odds of me coming back are slim, but I'll always leave the door open, you know?"


Williams, the most decorated running back in University of Memphis history, joined midday hosts Jason Smith and John Martin to promote his upcoming appearance at the Mid-South Food Truck Festival at Tiger Lane outside Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on May 13. Williams is hosting, and participating in, a cornhole tournament at the event to benefit the DeAngelo Williams Foundation.


In the meantime, Williams is <a href=""> his <a href=""> through free agency following the expiration of his two-year contract with the Steelers. The 34-year-old told ESPN 92.9 FM that he loved his time in Pittsburgh and is not worried <a href=""> finding a new home.






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