Charming DeAngelo 

A huge group of writers was gathered around rookie DeAngelo Williams' locker Wednesday. We pick up the conversation in mid-sentence:

"It's not a dark side," he's insisting. "My top five movies of all time would probably be, um, at No. 1 would be the remake of the 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre.' Okay, at Number 2 and 3 would be 'Saw 1 and 2.' But coming in at 4 would be 'The Butterfly Effect.' That's really good, just the concept. At No. 5 is 'Shrek 2.' What's so funny? Those are my top five favorite movies of all time."

For the record, DeAngelo Williams is charming the crap out of the North Carolina sportswriting world. Read this hilarious account of a day in the Panther locker room here.

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