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Ricky Williams had solid NFL career that came to an end early this year when he announced his retirement after one season with the Baltimore Ravens. He ranks 26th on the NFL’s all-time rushing list with a total of 10,009. Williams led the league in rushing in 2002 with 1,853 yards and made [...]
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Ricky Williams announced his retirement from the NFL, but said in a radio interview there are circumstances under which he might return.
Cue the Bob Seger song "Why Don't You Stay?"...Ravens fans got their hopes up when Ricky Williams announced this past weekend he's thinking about "un-retiring"... My immediate thought was top-notch backup running back issue solved for Ravens.Williams can still perform at a very high level--no pun intended. In many ways he is the perfect role-player as...
After finishing his final NFL season with the Baltimore Ravens, Ricky Williams decided to retire and call it a career.
After an interview on 103.1 FM, a radio station in Austin, Texas, Williams indicated that he would be willing to come back to play for the San Diego Chargers.
Williams ran for 444 yards on 108 carries last season and will be turning 35 in a few months. You...
The Baltimore Ravens rank third in smallest amount of salary cap space remaining, according to Jason La Canfora of NFL.com. Only the Carolina Panthers ($623,978) and New Orleans Saints ($1.4 million) have less cap room than the Ravens, who are $1.7 million under. General manager Ozzie Newsome knows what must be done in order to [...]
Ray Lewis is a very tough autograph and it is very easy to spot fakes as his signature is so unique. The cards above were obtained years ago and then sent to a friend who did a private signing in Miami, Florida; they were beautifully done as he sat in his hotel room and wasn’t rushed by tons of people. If you went up to Ray these days coming out of the stadium or...
Former Baltimore Ravens defensive end, Cory Redding, bolted for Indianapolis when free agency began earlier this month, as he joined former Ravens defensive coordinator, Chuck Pagano, who was named the Colts’ new head coach in late January. While Redding, 31, was a great fit along the Ravens’ defensive line, his exit leaves a void and [...]
Although Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice indicated today during the unveiling of the new Nike uniforms that he looks forward to attending offseason workouts, sources close to the situation stressed that Rice won't be reporting until he has a new contract.