Ex-Ravens Super Bowl champion returns to Baltimore in a new role

Ravens Carrie Williams


Fomer Baltimore Ravens cornerback Carrie Williams returns an interception during the 2013 playoffs.

Former Baltimore Ravens Buck’s Corner Carrie Williams He returned to the team as a coach coach, According to Jeff Zribek of The Athleticto bring a Super Bowl XLVII winner back to Baltimore.

Williams is the latest former Ravens to join John Harpo’s coaching staff this year along with Zach Orr, Anthony Levine and Sam Koch. Orr was previously the outside coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars, while Levine and Koch both took over positions at Baltimore after retiring over the holiday season.

Williams will likely focus on playing as a defensive back for the Ravens given his experience as a full-back. Although he started out as an apprentice, he could rise through the ranks in Baltimore. Orr and new defensive coordinator Mike MacDonald both began training in Baltimore, Orr as a defense analyst after retiring in 2017 and MacDonald as an apprentice in 2014.

The Ravens have not released any details about Williams’ training, but they expect more interest in his role if he stays with the team throughout the 2022 season.

History of Williams in Baltimore

Williams played for the Ravens from 2009 to 2013 after a short stint with the Tennessee Titans, who drafted him in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played mostly private teams during his first year in Baltimore before being suspended for the first two games of the 2010 season for unspecified violations The league’s personal behavior policy.

The notable pre-season still earned Williams a place on the roster as a key contributor to the specials – a recurring pattern under John Harbaugh – and eventually landed a corner role at the start of the following season. He started all 16 games for the Ravens in 2011 and repeated the feat in 2012, making four high-profile interceptions in the regular season. He was a crucial defender in Baltimore’s run to Super Bowl XLVII, playing all but three post-season defense shots and scoring six passes and two interceptions, including Tom Brady’s fourth-quarter pick that sealed the AFC Championship game.

Williams’ strong season earned him a three-year deal from the Philadelphia Eagles. He scored five interceptions in 2013 and 2014 before being released in 2015. He signed another three-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks but was cut before the end of his first season. He signed briefly with Washington in 2016, but couldn’t hold onto a spot on the list. After little interest from the NFL for a few years, Williams retired as a Raven in 2019.

Other crows can return as trainers

The Ravens have four former players on the coaching staff, and they could add more in the future.

Pro corner back Marcus Peters was frequently seen coaching his teammates last season as he was recovering from a ruptured ACL. He even called plays for defense during one of the pre-season Ravens competitions. Peters’ ability to recognize opposing road combinations and anticipate passes made him an NFL hawk, and could translate into a coaching career.

Veteran linebacker Josh Bynes has been mentioned as a potential future coach after several successful stints in Baltimore, including stabilizing mid-defense last year.


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