The Ravens have evolved into a trendy Super Bowl pick, but first they have to survive September with many members of their secondary potentially missing.
Ed Reed has no clue when he’s going to return, while cornerbacks Lardarius Webb and Fabian Washington have uncertain situations while recovering from torn ACLs.
The Ravens got another dose of bad news Thursday when they learned cornerback Cary Williams would be suspended two games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
“Over a year ago while Cary was a member of the Tennessee
Titans, he was involved in an incident that fell under the NFL
conduct policy,” his agent Marc Lillibridge said.
Williams wasn’t a lock to make the Ravens roster, but losing him hurts the depth of a secondary that already had plenty of issues.