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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Logs full practice Friday

    Williams (groin) was a full participant in Friday's practice. Williams upgraded to full practice participation Friday after being limited Thursday. He sustained a groin injury in the Ravens' Week 15 win over the Jaguars but looks on track to play Monday against the 49ers. Williams has 34 tackles (23 solo) over eight games this season.
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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Questionable to return

    Williams is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jaguars due to a groin injury. Williams sustained his injury early in the third quarter of Sunday's matchup, and it's unclear whether he'll be available down the stretch. If he can't return, Geno Stone will likely see an uptick in playing time in Baltimore's secondary.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Returns to active roster

    The Ravens activated Williams (wrist) from injured reserve Saturday ahead of Sunday's game against the Steelers, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Williams suffered a wrist injury Week 5 that sidelined him on IR until he was designated to return to practice Nov. 23. While he was activated in time to play against Denver in Week 13, he now appears set to reprise a starting role in the Ravens' previously undermanned secondary. Williams recorded 33 tackles, five passes defended and three interceptions before going down in Week 5, and he should return to his every-down role alongside Chuck Clark on Sunday.
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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Designated to return from IR

    Williams (wrist) has been designated to return from injured reserve and will practice Wednesday, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. Williams has been on IR since dislocating his wrist in Week 5, but with the move, the Ravens open a 21-day window for the safety to be added to the active roster. When available, Williams figures to garner a prominent role in Baltimore's injury-depleted secondary.
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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Expected to miss extended time

    Williams suffered a dislocated wrist in Sunday's Week 5 win over the Bengals, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official website reports. Williams is expected to miss a "significant" amount of time following the wrist injury, according to head coach John Harbaugh. It's a big blow for the Ravens' secondary after the safety posted 33 tackles, five pass deflections and three interceptions while recovering a fumble over the first five weeks. In his absence, rookie Kyle Hamilton will likely step into a starting role.
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  • Ravens' Marcus Williams: Signs huge deal with Baltimore

    Williams has agreed to a five-year, $70 million contract with the Ravens, Jeremy Fowler of reports. After playing under a franchise tag in New Orleans last season, Williams will head to Baltimore to replace fellow free agent DeShon Elliott (pectoral) as the Ravens' starting free safety. A 2017 second-round pick, Williams started 14 or more games in each of his five seasons with the Saints, averaging 64 tackles, 7.6 pass defenses and 3.0 interceptions per season. He earned a top-10 PFF grade among safeties for four of those five campaigns, and he's one of the younger players from the 2017 draft class (he'll turn 26 in September, a few days before Baltimore's season opener).
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Questionable for Week 17

    Williams (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday but remains questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers. That may mean that Williams has yet to clear protocols in regards to testing negative. If he's unable to play, P.J. Williams would likely step in at free safety.
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Makes plays in Week 4 loss

    Williams had six tackles (four solo), one pass breakup, one interception and one forced fumble during the Saints' loss to the Giants in Week 4. Williams is attractive as an IDP asset mostly due to his big-play ability, rather than his tackling floor, but he's come through for managers through the first four weeks of the season. Thus far, Williams has 17 total tackles, three pass breakups, two interceptions and a forced fumble.
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Tagged by cap-strapped Saints

    The Saints are giving Williams a franchise tag, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. It's surprising given the team's cap situation, but less surprising when we consider that Williams is one of the league's top players at one of the cheaper positions. The Saints can lower the 2021 cap hit with a long-term contract or a tag-and-trade, or they can just find other ways to become compliant. Williams has 60 starts and 13 INTs to his name through four pro seasons.
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Garners full practice workload

    Williams (ankle) was a full practice participant Thursday. Williams' status is looking promising for the Saints' wild-card matchup against Chicago, with the safety already having overcome practice restrictions from Wednesday. Given that New Orleans doesn't kick off until Sunday at 4:40 pm EST, Williams will be afforded extra recovery opportunity compared to players in earlier time slots. The 24-year-old is in line to make his first appearance since suffering a low-ankle sprain Week 15 against Kansas City, and his presence in the lineup will be welcomed. The opposing Bears had scored 30-plus points in four straight games before being stymied to the tune of 16 points by the Packers in the regular-season finale.
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Limited in Wednesday's practice

    Williams (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's injury report. Williams has missed the past two games due to an ankle injury, but it looks like he's beginning to improve as he was able to participate in some of Wednesday's practice. Expect P.J. Williams to continue taking over the safety's duties if Marcus Williams remains injured for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Bears.
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  • Saints' Marcus Williams: Won't play on Christmas

    Williams (ankle) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the VIkings. The 24-year-old safety has been unable to contribute even a limited practice session this week, making it unsurprising that he's been confirmed out for Christmas Day due to his high-ankle sprain. Williams' absence will mark his first of the 2020 campaign and just the third of his four-year NFL career. P.J. Williams is the expected replacement at free safety, with the opposing Vikings aiming to keep postseason hopes alive by way of a road win.
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