Ravens CB Cary Williams Suspended Two Games

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Cary Williams has been suspended for two games by the National Football League for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Cary Williams has been suspended for two games by the National Football League for violating the league's personal conduct policy, Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports.

A seventh-round pick out of Washburn by the Tennessee Titans in 2008, Williams spent most of his rookie season on the Titans' practice squad. Activated in Week 15, Williams appeared in game before being placed on injured reserve with an injured quadriceps.

Williams made the Titans' 53-man roster coming out of camp in 2009, appearing in four games in the first half of the season. Williams was credited with 13 tackles before he was waived and re-signed to the practice squad.

Baltimore signed Williams to their active roster last November. Williams posted eight tackles and a forced fumble for the Ravens in the final five games of the regular season, and was active for both of the team's games in the 2009 NFL Playoffs.

Re-signed to a one-year, "Exclusive Rights Free Agent" contract in May, the 6-1, 185-pound Williams has the size, speed, and wingspan the Ravens prefer in their cornerbacks. With Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb coming off knee surgeries, Williams is expected to compete with K.J. Gerard and newly signed veterans Travis Fisher and Walt Harris for back-up roles in the Ravens' secondary during training camp and the pre-season.

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