Ravens Designate Safety To Return From Injured Reserve

The Baltimore Ravens made two massive splashes at safety in this past off-season, as they drafted Notre Dame star Kyle Hamilton in the first-round, along with the huge signing of former Saints star Marcus Williams, who has unfortunately played in just 5 games this season, with his last game coming on October 9 against the Cincinnati Bengals. 

Williams suffered a wrist injury in that game, but thankfully for the Ravens, he has now been designated to return from practice, with a very good chance that he can return in Week 12 as Baltimore take on the tough Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Even without Williams, this defence has been absolutely fantastic, and if he can pick up where he left off (33 tackles, 3 interceptions in 5 games), this team could get even better, and could be a genuine Super Bowl threat in the AFC in 2022.

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