Video: Former Tar Heel safety Deunta Williams on life after football


Former North Carolina free safety is the author of a new book, 'My breaking Point', about how his dream of an NFL career came to an end in his final college football game. Williams also talks about whether he'd do it all again if he knew ahead of time how his football career would end and what he's been doing in his life after football. (Charlotte Observer)

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