Former Raven Wally Williams joined the Norris and Davis show on Baltimore’s 105-7 THE FAN Thursday morning to discuss what it was like as a player headed into training camp. He tells that it was what he would always look forward to in each season. He would look at camp as a marker for his personal progress in the game. As an undrafted free agent, he believed that if he were to ever show up out of shape, he would have been cut immediately.
After looking at the current Ravens roster, he says that, after disregarding what happened in the playoffs, the Ravens have gotten better during the offseason from last year’s 10-6 team. Williams shared his beliefs that the Ravens do have some pressure to repeat, despite Torrey Smith saying they felt no pressure since they weren’t expected to win the Super Bowl this year.