NFL Tiger heading back to the Carolinas

NFL Tiger heading back to the Carolinas


NFL Tiger heading back to the Carolinas


An NFL Tiger is heading back to the Carolinas.

The Carolina Panthers announced that they agreed to terms with former Clemson defensive lineman DeShawn Williams on Wednesday night.

The 30-year-old Williams started 15 games last season for the Denver Broncos, playing for former Broncos and new Panthers defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero as well as senior assistant Dom Capers.

Williams of course grew up in Central, S.C., where he starred at Daniel High before going to Clemson.

Originally an undrafted free agent, Williams has spent time with the Bengals, Dolphins, Colts and Calgary Stampeders of the CFL, to go along with his three stints with the Broncos.

Williams has played in 50 career NFL games and made 34 starts, tallying 115 total tackles, nine tackles for loss and eight sacks.

Dear Old Clemson has added the Tiger Sack Pack to our online store.  Save by getting the Two Pack of signed cards from two of the nation’s top defensive ends, Myles Murphy and Xavier Thomas.

Now there is a new way you can support Clemson student-athletes. Purchase collectibles from Dear Old Clemson and the proceeds with go to support Clemson student-athletes. 

Dear Old Clemson is doing NIL the ‘Clemson way’, but we need your help to make sure we build a sustainable, repeatable model that will help keep Clemson competitive with the other top programs around the nation.

Dabo Swinney: “We need your assistance more than ever to provide meaningful NIL opportunities. Tiger Impact, Dear Old Clemson and other collectives allow student-athletes to utilize their voice and platform to maximize their NIL opportunities and strengthen their impact in the community.”

Graham Neff:
“Tiger Impact, Dear Old Clemson and other collectives need your support to help provide meaningful NIL opportunities for our student athletes. We are doing things the right way, the Clemson way with integrity as a non-negotiable and we fully support the mission of these groups.”

Join the Tiger Club or Lady Tiger Club to help these great student-athletes and help the Tigers compete at the highest level!



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