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The Ravens have made it a mission to lock up their players long term this offseason. They did it with Lardarius Webb and Ray Rice. Now they’ve tried to do it with cornerback Cary Williams.
However, Williams turned down the Ravens’ three-year, $15 million offer according to The Baltimore Sun.
Williams is risking giving up some money and gambling on himself. The cornerback is a restricted free agent and will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of season.
We’ll see how he does this year, but he could lose his starting job to last year’s first-round pick Jimmy Smith.
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