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https://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/ravens-waive-olb-tim-williams-former-third-round-pick

 

Was a third round pick in Dean Pees' last year as coordinator there. 

 

Could be worth a waiver claim for current and future depth. 

 

I say waive Stinnie (add to PS), activate Lewan

Release Grasu, claim Tim Williams

 

Then you still have Quessenberry and Kelly as swing tackles, Pamphile as a swing guy at all 5 spots, Douglas as backup center and guard with Nate Davis starting. 

 

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Just now, Titans279 said:


Be realistic please! 
 

Approaching Kyle levels of delusion here

 

I guess you're right - we wouldn't want Mariota doing something crazy in retaliation like refusing to make his bed every morning or something. 

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Williams was a pass rushing demon coming out of college, but he’s a one trick pony. He only has a speed rush and is a liability in the run game. 

 

If he ever developed a few more pass rush moves and became decent against the run then he would be a terror. 

 

He had had off field troubles in college also and that was primarily the reason he dropped. 

 

You could honestly compare him to Landry coming out of college minus the character flaws. However, Landry bulked up and became decent against the run and added more to his skill set than being able to run by OT’s. 

 

Williams has an insane first step and I bet he could still develop into a solid player in some packages. 

 

If if I remember the dude only played on third downs and still racked up 9-10 sacks on something ridiculous like 10-20 snaps a game in college

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He is a best fit in a system like a wide 9 where he could line up far off the OT and use his speed around the corner to get to the QB. 

 

Jason Babin made a lot of money doing that. 

 

Baltimore doesn’t run a wide 9 if I am not mistake. Their defense is complex as hell. 

 

That being said Williams would be a waste here.  Philly, Dallas, Oakland, Jacksonville or Atlanta would be really good fits

 

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15 minutes ago, Kyle021 said:

He is a best fit in a system like a wide 9 where he could line up far off the OT and use his speed around the corner to get to the QB. 

 

Jason Babin made a lot of money doing that. 

 

Baltimore doesn’t run a wide 9 if I am not mistake. Their defense is complex as hell. 

 

That being said Williams would be a waste here.  Philly, Dallas, Oakland, Jacksonville or Atlanta would be really good fits

 

 

His skillset is no different than Correa - both players are pass rushers only and struggle with scheme, both best rushing wide. 

 

Would not hurt to bring him in just as a pass rush specialist. We have Gilbert and Finch who can play run downs. 

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1 hour ago, tgo said:

 

His skillset is no different than Correa - both players are pass rushers only and struggle with scheme, both best rushing wide. 

 

Would not hurt to bring him in just as a pass rush specialist. We have Gilbert and Finch who can play run downs. 

Correa was more of a run stopper of late and not much of a pass rusher.  

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1 minute ago, Soxcat said:

Correa was more of a run stopper of late and not much of a pass rusher.  

Of late? 

 

His skillset has always been a bat out of hell pass rusher that is undisciplined and that struggles against the runn, but I dont know, maybe he has improved against the run lately? 

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