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  • I'm a Good Fan
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    Do it for darrent

    RING OF FAME


    Let darrent fly high above mile high and sit with the legands.

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  • sniperyus
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    my condolences to williams family since mexico you are not alone

    my condolences to williams family since mexico you are not alone

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  • elway07fan
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    New Darrent Williams Blog

    Please visit the new Darrent Williams blog and post your favorite memory. Thanks to all the bronco fans who have supported #27 and posted on the blog. I hope we get a lot more visitors.

    http://darrentwilliams.blogspot.com/

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  • BIG HOUSE
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    D-Wills frohawk accompanied by an ear to ear grin will be etched in my memory for a long time....i guess hes the lucky one out of us though, he gets to be up in heaven playing football with tillman and stringer while we're all down here working our 9-5s

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  • World Wide Waco
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    Dee Will exchanges shoulder pads for angel wings

    Great sadness attends this tragic turn of events. Truely a man taken before his time. Such talent and such potential. Clearly, he affected everyone around him in a positive and inspiring way. It is sad, as fans we really didn't get much of a chance to really know him as a man outside of the player. The people who have come forward to speak of him outside of the gridiron describe their loss and thus give expression and definition to all our loss. We always search for meaning even in events that have no purpose or meaning except wanton and blind destruction, I hope everyone will heed the advice of the players and Dee Will's mom and give him a lifetime honor and tribute...by living life the way he did, in his short time with us... to not accept limits and barriers, to strive against adversity without reservation or hesitation, to say no to anyone or anything that would deny that which GOD has already worked in your being, your heart and your abilities. I really feel shellshocked and think alot about that song that says we really don't appreciate our blessings until they are gone... the best tribute we can give to Darrent is to count our blessings and strive to make them manifest each and every moment that we have been given. GOD Bless Darrent and his family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

    Rest in peace Dee Will and may the messengers of GOD carry you to Jesus' feet

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  • broncofan3124
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    One last thing.
    Please. Never take down that memorial video.

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  • broncofan3124
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    R.I.P Darrent

    This is without a doubt the biggest tragedy in Denver Bronco history. Quite possibly the history of the NFL. Ever since Darrent Williams was drafted by Denver, he's always been one of my favorite players. He was a tremendous athlete and a class act. And there aren't many star players out there who's a real class act. If you're as big of a Bronco fan as I am, you were probably devastated with their loss to the 49ers. But when I awoke the next morning and heard about what happened to this great man, the last thing on my mind was the disappointment of Denver missing out on the playoffs. It's heartbreaking. Far more heartbreaking then their loss last Sunday. I held in my emotions for a week. Then I saw the memorial video and I just couldn't hold in my emotions anymore. The Denver Broncos have lost a great cornerback, a great athlete, but more importantly, a great man. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Williams' family and all of the Broncos players. Get 'em next year Denver!
    For Darrent.



    I only registered for this message board to post my thoughts on the unfortunate passing of Darrent Williams. Anyone here is more than welcome to email me or message me on myspace.

    Here's my email
    [email protected]

    And here's my Myspace address
    www.myspace.com/ironmanufc



    R.I.P Darrent Williams
    1982 - 2007

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  • BroncFanOf#7
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    I'm still in shock at how someone like this could get taken, and it could happen to anyone. But with that little bit aside, I'm wanting to send my thought's and prayers out to Darrent's personal family and his team family. I've been a Bronco fan for as long as I can remember and am 33 now and I've been really down since hearing about what happened. Where I'm living now, we do get to see a few of the Bronco's games, but not as much as I would like, considering I'm in St Louis Rams Country. I am really down that I couldn't go to the game when they were in town to be able to have watched him play there, he impressed me when I saw him on TV and I'm sure it would have been even more if it was in person!

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  • FrenchFAN DW 27
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    Hi,
    Of all the French fans of Darrent, sincere condolences to the family of Darrent and her friends.
    Each week end i watch the match of Broncos and I am really torn to have learned this tragic history.
    I loved Darrent, I love him and i'll love him all my life, it was a formidable player but also somebody of really healthy.
    Same if today it is not any more with "us", I know that he lookss at us, and read all our messages.
    Darrent nobody will replaced you, you will remain never has to engrave in our memories.
    The family "Broncos" is forever wounded. We will miss you all.
    Darrent you will be always my preferred player...
    Everyone will fight in your honor to continue has to make you live for what was your passion.
    In memory of Darrent
    RIP

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  • hankster
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    I want to express my shock and outrage at this tragedy. As a Charger fan I appreciated Darrent's fine play. His heart and courage belied his diminutive stature. I was looking forward to seeing him play many more years. I was heartened to see the many fine things said about his friendly nature, etc. He must have been a fun guy to be around. RIP from San Diego.

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  • gro7
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    Respect Awe and appreciation

    My heart is broken, but its been uplifted after having seen how utterly classy The Denver Bronco organization, from owner to every player and every person involved have been during this whole ordeal. Ive been a fan for life, and now I know why, Thank you Denver Broncos, Thank you Mrs Williams for sharing your sons life and celebration of it, You are the ultimate loving mother, and Dee will be missed and loved for eternity.
    In tears but with a new found love and respect.
    George O'Neal

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  • whiskyrunr
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    Will miss you so much Darrent

    Everyone who has looked at this, now it's time to step up for the Bronco family and the Williams family. Donate what you can, I am sure the Williams family will be greatful small or large. Darrent was my hero, he was such a great player and an upstanding guy in society.Eventually he would become Champ Baily, that shut down corner, he was well on his way. What a terrific man we were blessed with in Denver. He brought smiles to his teamates, to his coaches, and even Pat Bowlen! Prey for the Williams family, show your love by contributing. I call upon Al Wilson, our defensive leader, to make sure his kids are takin care of. Al if you could, look after them, and Mike Shanahan, you too, please look after his children, please! Bleed Orange and Blue forever, Darrent you are in another place now, a beautiful place called Heaven. We as Bronco fans, and as a family, will look after your kids. Rest in Peace.
    Chris

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  • dmarie
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    Originally posted by broncofinatic
    When I heard the news on the rdaio about Darrent early New Years morning I had to get out of bed and turn on the TV to see if it was just a bad dream or a horrible truth. I couldn't believe I had just watched him play the night before. I was depressed when I went to bed because we lost but this put everything in perspective. What a senseless loss of life. The thing that struck me most was that even though I didn't know him personally and I had never met him I felt a strong sense of loss and grief as if I had lost a friend. I felt the entire city just go into shock over this as I did. Condolences to the family, Broncos organization and the fans. I am still waiting for the shock to wear off. I really hope we catch who did this but Darrent will still be gone. The first game I saw him play corner I knew he was something special. I will miss watching him play. He will be missed.

    Probably one of the best posts i have seen, I could'nt feel more the same.

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  • Emancipator
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    Just want to share with those that haven't seen parts for the funeral or candle vigil in Denver.

    http://cbs4denver.com/video

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  • BroncoNic
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    This is my 27th post so I thought it should be in here. There is too many great memories of D-Will to recount just one. I was so looking forward to many more great memories of him. He was taken much too soon. His body is gone but his spirit is still with us. Now and always. Goodbye, D-Will. You will truly be missed both on and off the field.

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