Williams reverted to Green Bay's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Williams was brought up to the active roster for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against Tampa Bay, but he failed to see any action. He appeared in six contests this season with Baltimore, registering 10 tackles and one pass defensed.
Williams is active for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Buccaneers, Jason Wilde of ESPN.com reports.
Josh Jackson will serve as a healthy scratch. Williams signed with the Packers' practice squad earlier in the week and was elevated for Sunday's game. This is the 37-year-old's third stint with the team, and he could contribute immediately in nickel and dime packages. Williams could also work as a punt returner.
The Packers elevated Williams to the active roster Saturday.
The longtime Packer returned to Green Bay earlier in the week, and he's expected to suit up for the NFC Championship Game against the Buccaneers. He could operate as a slot cornerback in dime packages, and may be called upon to return punts. Williams isn't expected to start, but if Kevin King (back) is inactive, he could handle an expanded role.
The Packers signed Williams to the practice squad Thursday.
Williams played in Green Bay for two season (2018-19), so he'll fit right in as an emergency depth option at cornerback. In 2020, Williams appeared in six games with the Ravens, recording 14 tackles (10 solo) and one pass defensed.
Williams (thigh) is active for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.
The 37-year-old was able to put in a full practice Friday, so it's not much of a surprise he's available. Williams missed the previous two games due to the thigh injury, but he should see plenty of snaps Sunday with Marcus Peters (calf) and Jimmy Smith (ribs/shoulder) sidelined.
Williams (thigh) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Williams practiced fully Friday, but there's still uncertainty about his status for Week 15. In addition to Williams, cornerback Jimmy Smith (ribs/shoulder) has been ruled out, while Marcus Peters (calf), Davontae Harris (ankle) and Anthony Averett (ankle) are all considered questionable. Marlon Humphrey is the only healthy Ravens cornerback heading into Sunday's AFC showdown.
Williams (thigh) is inactive for Monday's game against the Browns.
This news was expected, as Wiliams was considered doubtful. This will mainly affect the Ravens' secondary depth, as starting cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Jimmy Smith have all been cleared to play.
Williams (thigh) is doubtful for Monday's game versus the Browns, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Williams will miss a second straight game, hurting the team's cornerback depth, particularly in the slot. However, if Jimmy Smith, who is questionable with a groin injury, is able to play, the Ravens will have their typical starting cornerbacks for Monday's game.
Williams (thigh) is inactive for Tuesday's game versus the Cowboys.
Williams was considered doubtful due to the thigh injury, so it's not much of a surprise he's unavailable. Jimmy Smith (groin) is also out, leaving Pierre Desir, Davontae Harris and Anthony Averett as the nickel options.
The Ravens signed Williams to the 53-man roster Tuesday.
Williams played the past two seasons for the Packers and suited up in every game, predominately covering the slot in 2019. He was still an effective cornerback at 36 years old, allowing 7.7 yards per target and just two touchdowns over 16 games. Now 37 years old, Williams reached a deal with a contender. His role is uncertain behind three strong starters in Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith and Marlon Humphrey (COVID-19), but he'll add crucial depth because Khalil Dorsey will miss extended time with a dislocated shoulder.
Williams played in all 16 regular-season games in 2019 and tallied 39 tackles (29 solo), two interceptions, a forced fumble, two fumble recovers, and eight pass deflections.
Williams played the entire season at 36 years old , but that did not stop him from taking the field on 73.2 percent of the Packers' defensive snaps and contributing in a number of departments while serving as the nickel corner. Williams will be a free agent this offseason, so it remains to be seen what his next move will be. However, he showed he is still plenty capable of filling a regular role, so he should not have trouble finding a job in Green Bay or elsewhere should he choose to continue playing.
Williams will return to Sunday's game against the Bears after being cleared of a concussion.
Williams will return to his role as the Packers' slot cornerback, but he shouldn't need to return punts since Tyler Ervin (hand) has returned to the contest.
Williams exited Sunday's game against the Bears to be evaluated for a concussion.
Williams took a hard hit while filling in as the punt returner and may have suffered a concussion. Regular return man Tyler Ervin (hand) has returned to the game for the Packers.
Williams is listed as one of the starting cornerbacks for Sunday's game against the Redskins, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
With usual starter Kevin King nursing a shoulder injury and unable to play in Week 14, Williams assumes the start. Williams is coming off an interception in last week's game, and he has racked up 28 tackles (21 solo) and a fumble recovery through 12 games this year.
Williams recorded four tackles (two solo), an interception and pass defensed across 44 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Giants.
The veteran now has two interceptions on the season after being held without one all of last season in his return to Green Bay. Williams continues to play in about a third of the team's defensive snaps -- splitting time with Kevin King.
Williams had two solo tackles and an interception during Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Williams first interception of the season was a big one for the Packers, as he secured a deflection from safety Adrian Amos in the endzone. It's the veteran cornerback's first interception in 26 games since rejoining Green Bay for the 2018 season.
Williams had three solo tackles and two pass deflections in Thursday's victory over the Bears.
Williams is the Packers' third or fourth cornerback when the defense is at full strength, but he got the start Thursday with Kevin King being eased into action and was on the field for every defensive snap.
Williams (knee) shed his injury designation and will play in Thursday's game versus the Bears, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Williams was a limited participant in Tuesday and Wednesday practices, and that appears to have been a precaution for the 36-year-old corner. He'll be tasked with covering the Bears' slot receivers Thursday, and he'll likely be in charge of the Packers' secondary as the only defensive back with more than one season in Green Bay under his belt.
Williams (knee) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear how Williams sustained the injury, as he was absent from Monday's injury report. The 36-year-old is transitioning from safety to cornerback this season and figures to back up Kevin King (hamstring).
Williams is expected to open the 2019 season as a starter at slot corner, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
The Packers have made it clear that they don't intend to deploy Williams at safety like they did a season ago unless circumstances force their hand. With the team bringing aboard Adrian Amos in free agency this offseason before drafting a blue-chip prospect in Darnell Savage, the Packers shouldn't have an immediate need for Williams to provide depth at either safety spot. In any case, Williams will hope to turn the page on a disappointing 2018 campaign in which he failed to record an interception for the first time in his career.
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