AFC North: Bobbie Williams Won't Retire After Super Bowl

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Oct 21, 2012; Houston, TX, USA; Baltimore Ravens guard Bobbie Williams (63) reacts against the Houston Texans in the fourth quarter at Reliant Stadium. The Texans defeated the Ravens 43-13. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

 

Former Bengal and current Ravens guard Bobbie Williams will not retire following the Super Bowl after starting just six games in 2012 due to multiple injuries. He’ll turn 37 in September, but is under contract for just $1.2 million in 2013. Williams previously played eight seasons for the Bengals after spending three seasons with the Eagles. Next year would be the 14th season for Williams.

The Ravens have made their Super Bowl run without the services of their top cornerback in Lardarius Webb, who suffered a torn ACL this year, but he’s stated that he’s had no setbacks in his recovery, and he’ll be back next season. It’s his second torn ACL of his career, after he tore the one in his left knee as a rookie in 2009. Webb signed a six-year, $52.7 million extension last offseason.
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