UNC Defensive Tackle Sylvester Williams Drafted 28th by the Denver Broncos - Tar Heel Blog
Sylvester Williams became the latest of a long line of Carolina defensive lineman to make the leap to the NFL tonight, as he was drafted 28th by the Denver Broncos.
First-Round Pick Sylvester Williams | DenverBroncos.com
Images of Sylvester Williams, the 28th overall selection in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
Elway, Fox Congratulate Williams | DenverBroncos.com
John Elway and John Fox call new Broncos Sylvester Williams after drafting him 28th overall Thursday night.
NFLN: Broncos Draft Sylvester Williams | DenverBroncos.com
The Denver Broncos selected defensive tackle Sylvester Williams out of North Carolina with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
DT Sylvester Williams is Denver Broncos' pick at No. 28 of 2013 NFL draft - The Denver Post
Remember all those years Bronco fans screamed for their team to draft a defensive tackle with their first draft pick? The Broncos selected North Carolina defensive tackle Sylvester Williams with the No. 28 pick.
Broncos nab defensive tackle Sylvester Williams in first round - The Denver Post
The Broncos were expected to eye a defensive lineman with their first-round pick in the NFL Draft and got their man Thursday night at No.
Inside the Draft Room - Photos | DenverBroncos.com
Images of the Broncos' personnel department at work in the team's draft room at Dove Valley.
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Broncos use 28th pick on Sylvester Williams | ProFootballTalk
The Broncos used their first draft pick on defensive lineman Derek Wolfe in 2012 and they followed up this year by opening their draft with another big fella to stick on the front line.
Denver Broncos Select Sylvester Williams in First Round of 2013 NFL Draft - Predominantly Orange
"With the 28th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select Sylvester Williams, defensive tackle, North Carolina" Roger Goodell said at Radio City Music Hall.
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Gut Reaction: Broncos draft Sylvester Williams 28th in 2013 Draft - It's All Over, Fat Man!
After all these years, after all the whining I’ve done for the Broncos to pick a defensive tackle in the first round, they finally went and did it.
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This is a great pick for the Broncos. They get a three-down defensive tackle who can explode off the ball, and a guy who is going to come into work every day with a chip on his shoulder. I think John Fox and John Elway nailed it with this one, though they could have gone a number of directions. They need to keep building in the trenches, and I think adding Williams at this point is a great pickup for them. He could have been a top 20 pick.
WalterFootball.com: 2013 NFL Offseason Page - Denver Broncos - Draft Grades
28. Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina: A Grade It was either Sylvester Williams or Tank Carradine here for the Broncos, and you can't argue either choice. Help was needed all over on the defensive line for the Broncos, and Williams was discussed as highly as No. 18 to the Cowboys. Denver didn't have an interior pass rush, so Williams definitely helps in that area.
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