DeAngelo Williams projects as the Steelers' starting running back for the first three games of the season.
Steelers signed RB DeAngelo Williams, formerly of the Panthers, to a two-year, $4 million contract.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette expects the Steelers to sign free agent DeAngelo Williams following his Friday visit.
Free agent RB DeAngelo Williams will meet with the Steelers on Friday.
Upon his release, DeAngelo Williams was told by the Panthers' front office the team doesn't run the ball enough to warrant both Williams and Jonathan Stewart.
Panthers released RB DeAngelo Williams.
Panthers GM Dave Gettleman declined to answer at the NFL Combine when asked about DeAngelo Williams' roster spot.
ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton said it is "hard to imagine" DeAngelo Williams returning to Carolina next season.
Panthers GM Dave Gettleman hinted DeAngelo Williams won't be back with the team in 2015.
DeAngelo Williams rushed two times for 14 yards and caught two passes for two yards in Saturday's Divisional Round loss at Seattle.
DeAngelo Williams rushed four times for 16 yards in the Panthers' Wild Card win over the Cardinals.
DeAngelo Williams (hand) is active for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Cardinals.
Coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday DeAngelo Williams (hand) is "ready to roll."
Panthers coach Ron Rivera hasn't elaborated on how DeAngelo Williams (hand) will be worked back into the team's running-back rotation.