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Ravens' Marcus Williams: Avoids injury report Wednesday
Williams (hamstring) was not listed on Baltimore's injury report Wednesday.
Williams has missed the Ravens' last three games recovering from a hamstring injury he sustained in Week 6 against Tennessee, but it now looks like he should play in Week 10. He figures to step back into a starting role at safety next to Kyle Hamilton come Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Won't play Sunday
Williams (hamstring) is inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
The 27-year-old safety was able to practice in a limited fashion throughout the week, but it seems as if he won't be able to play through his hamstring issue this Sunday. With Williams missing time, Geno Stone is expected to see an uptick in work in Baltimore's secondary.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Carries questionable tag for Sunday
Williams (hamstring) has been deemed questionable for Sunday's Week 9 matchup against the Seahawks, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Williams has missed each of Baltimore's past two contests due to a hamstring injury, but he was able to log a trio of limited practice sessions during Week 9 prep after not practicing at all last week. That gives him a chance to suit up against Seattle on Sunday, though coach Jim Harbaugh noted Friday that a decision on the safety's availability "could go down to the wire," per Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic. If Williams needs to sit out again, Geno Stone would likely garner another start in his place.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Limited in practice
Williams (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Cordell Woodland of 105.7 The Fan Baltimore reports.
Williams returned to practice Wednesday after missing the past two games with a hamstring injury. The 2017 second-round pick has only played in three games this season but will look to be ready to go for Baltimore's game against the Seahawks on Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Will sit out again Week 8
Williams (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest against Arizona.
Williams sat out Week 7 against Detroit and will miss a second straight game Sunday. He wasn't able to practice at all this week, so his outlook for Week 9 is also shaky. Geno Stone will likely start at free safety for however long Williams remains out.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Won't play vs. Lions
Williams (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's game versus Detroit.
Williams will miss his fourth game through seven weeks Sunday, this time due to a hamstring injury he sustained in Week 6 at Tennessee. Geno Stone proved a worthy fill-in when Williams missed three of Baltimore's four games to start the season, so Stone will likely start again in Week 7.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Missing from practice
Williams (hamstring) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Brian Wacker of The Baltimore Sun reports.
After sustaining a hamstring injury during Sunday's win over Tennessee, Williams was unable to practice to open the week. He'll probably need to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday to have a chance to play in Week 7 versus Detroit.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Could sit out vs. Lions
Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Williams (hamstring) is "iffy" to play in Week 7 versus Detroit, Childs Walker of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Williams came away from Sunday's win over Tennessee in London with a hamstring injury, and he's now in jeopardy of missing his fourth game of the season as he recovers. Baltimore's injury reports this week will provide clarification regarding his status for Week 7.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Sustains hamstring injury Sunday
Williams is questionable to return for Sunday's contest against the Titans due to a hamstring injury, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.
Williams had one tackle and a pass deflection before exiting Sunday's game. Geno Stone will take over at free safety alongside Kyle Hamilton for as long as Williams remains on the sidelines.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Posts five tackles in return
Williams registered five tackles (three solo) in a loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Williams played his first game since suffering a pectoral injury in Week 1 against Houston. The veteran appeared to be back to full health, logging 63 of Baltimore's 66 defensive snaps. Williams should again take on a near every-down role Week 6 against Tennessee.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Practices in full Wednesday
Williams (pectoral) was a full participant at practice Wednesday.
After missing Baltimore's last three games with a pectoral issue, Williams now appears to be back to full strength ahead of Week 5. He figures to resume a starting role at safety next to Kyle Hamilton come Sunday at Pittsburgh.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Won't play Sunday
Williams (pectoral) is inactive Sunday against the Browns.
Williams was able to close out the week with back-to-back full practices, so his absence is a bit of a surprise, despite the questionable tag. He'll now work to be ready for Week 5 against the Steelers, while Geno Stone will likely get all the work at free safety against Cleveland on Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Set to return
Williams (pectoral) logged a full practice Thursday.
Williams appears set to play Week 4 against the Browns after suffering what was expected to be a significant injury in the team's Week 1 win over the Texans. The veteran managed to avoid surgery and IR, and his likely return should be a boost to an ailing Ravens secondary.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Officially questionable
Williams (pectoral) has drawn a questionable designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Browns.
After being limited at Wednesday's practice, Williams was a full participant for consecutive days to close out the week. Still, the Ravens are being cautious with his status by labeling him as questionable. Geno Stone would presumably be in line to fill in at free safety if he ultimately cannot go.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Returns to practice
Williams (pectoral) practiced Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Williams avoided IR and surgery despite suffering what was initially believed to be a torn pectoral muscle in the team's Week 1 win over the Texans. It's still not known whether he was able to log a full or limited one, or how likely it is he'll suit up Sunday against the Browns. However, it is clearly a step in a positive direction for the veteran safety.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Out Week 3
Williams (pectoral) will not play in Sunday's matchup with the Colts.
After sitting out practice all week, it is not surprising to see Williams get scratched for Week 3. The absence will be his second straight after he went down in Week 1, which means Geno Stone could again be in line for an increased role. Williams will now focus on recovering in time for a potential Week 4 return.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marcus Williams: Expected to avoid IR
Williams (pectoral) will not undergo surgery or be placed on injured reserve, according to head coach John Harbaugh, Jonas Shaffer of TheBaltimoreBanner.com reports.
This would seem to be good news for Williams and the Ravens defense, although there is no current timetable for his return. However, one can assume if he is avoiding IR, then the team believes he may not need to miss four more weeks. The veteran safety suffered the injury Week 1 against the Texans and did not suit up in Sunday's win over the Bengals, with Geno Stone starting in his place.... See More ... See Less
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