The Brian Billick-led Ravens burned through wide receivers like they did quarterbacks. Each season brought new hope for the explosive “wide receiver of the future.”
Demetrius Williams looked like a big-play option back in 2006, but injuries and inconsistent hands stalled his career. After Baltimore added two receivers this offseason, he’s fighting an uphill battle for a roster spot. He can barely get practice snaps.
Williams left the final two days of OTAs last week, allegedly in frustration about a lack of time on the field. He won’t admit that, though.
“I wouldn’t say I was frustrated,” Williams told the Baltimore Sun. “I did my work [in camp]. I
had things I had to take care of. . . . I would’ve loved to get more reps. That’s just the way it
We doubt that skipping practice — for any reason — will help Williams get on the field more.