Wally Williams, former guard of the Baltimore Ravens, joined the Norris and Davis show to talk about the Baltimore Ravens and their chance for success in 2016.
Wally Williams believes that the Ravens have a long road ahead of them before they can return to the form of excellence that Baltimore fans are accustomed to: “The Ravens are not going to be competitive for the 2016 season. It’s just not going to happen. There are too many holes that the Ravens have to fill. You don’t know the health of your starting quarterback. You don’t know who he’s going to throw the football to. And there’s just so many long tooth players that the defense has to look at.”
Fans of the team probably don’t agree too much with Williams assessment of the franchise but he believes this is the path Baltimore has ahead of them: “It’s an ugly word over that building. But ‘rebuilding’ is definitely going to be the focus for the next couple of years.”
Wally Williams also talked about the Ravens alleged practice violation, recruiting in sports plus more in the full interview.