It is clear D.J. Williams will not be back with the Broncos in 2013. That’s been expected for months.
The Denver Post reports the team will try to trade him, but I wouldn’t think they’d get much on the market for him. Williams’ off-field issues and his lack of relevance in Denver will make him difficult to deal.
The paper counts the Raiders as a possible suitor for him on the open market if he is cut. It makes a lot of sense. The Raiders need help at the position, Williams is from the Bay Area and he was coached by Oakland head coach Dennis Allen.
If Williams doesn’t get a better offer (and with his history he may not), Oakland might be able to swing something here.