DENVER (AP) -- The Denver Broncos will be looking for a kick returner in the N-F-L Draft this weekend, but whoever they choose will have some large shoes to fill.
It's been almost four months since the promising 24-year-old cornerback was gunned down in his limo following a New Year's Eve party.
The unsolved killing continues to shake the franchise and the community.
Still, the Broncos have no choice but to try to fill the roles Williams played, and one intriguing possibility for kick returner is Ohio State's Ted Ginn Junior.
Dre' Bly will take Williams' spot on defense.
Denver also has pressing needs at safety, along the offensive line, and at linebacker.
The Broncos own the 21st pick, and have a history of moving up on draft day.
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