Cary Williams


The Ravens need to do well in this year’s draft, but with the 17th pick, they are under no pressure to trade up.


And now let’s check in with an ex-Raven mouthing off. Cary Williams, you’re up.


When the Ravens return to action after this weekend's bye, they will get their second look at Paul Kruger, the linebacker who left Baltimore for a $40 million free agent deal with Cleveland.


The Ravens' shakeup in the secondary for the Cleveland game led to something the Ravens have been hoping for, but not seeing much of, for the past three years: Jimmy Smith in the starting lineup.


Former Ravens cornerback Cary Williams just wanted to bring some Baltimore attitude with him north to his new team. Eagles coach Chip Kelly clearly wasn’t impressed with the approach.