DeAngelo Williams has the talent to reach his second Pro Bowl, without question. Yet, as talented as he is, he has a better chance of converting to safety than he does of winning a Super Bowl in Carolina.
While his time as a Panther has been relatively successful, it appears to have come to an end with the recent expiration of his contract.
With that being said, Williams is coming off a year where he missed 10 weeks after severely spraining his foot. Fragility may be a concern for suitors looking to pursue.
Despite the injury, he is still two to three years away from "old age" as a running back; he will be 28 this upcoming season, and likely still has all of the burst and quickness that led him to his breakout season in 2008.
Therefore, expect the free-agent and 2003 Memphis All-American to have a new home and freshly inked, enormous contract come the 2011 season. Here are eight reasons why that new home will surely be in Denver.