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Ricky Williams

Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams was born May 21, 1977 in San Diego, California. He won the 1998 Heisman Trophy as the best player in college football for his skill playing at the University of Texas.
Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams was born May 21, 1977 in San Diego, California. He won the 1998 Heisman Trophy as the best player in college football for his skill playing at the University of Texas. « Show less

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  • Pre-snap read: Ravens-Browns

    Pre-snap read: Ravens-Browns
    After briefly allowing control of the AFC North to slip out of their grasp, the Ravens can still clinch the division by winning out. The first of their final two games is against the Cleveland Browns this afternoon. Here are five storylines to watch as...
  • Ricky Williams' retirement casts Ravens' running back situation into uncertainty

    Ricky Williams' retirement casts Ravens' running back situation into uncertainty
    The long, circuitous ride that is Ricky Williams' football career again swerved abruptly Tuesday when the Ravens' enigmatic reserve running back announced that he was retiring from the NFL. Since early last week, Williams, who reached the 10,000-yard...
  • Williams announces surprise retirement, leaving hole in Ravens' offense

    The long, circuitous ride that is Ricky Williams' football career again swerved abruptly Tuesday when the Ravens' enigmatic reserve running back announced that he was retiring from the NFL. Since early last week, Williams, who reached the 10,000-yard...
  • Looking at where the Ravens stand at running back

    Looking at where the Ravens stand at running back
    The retirement of Ricky Williams leaves the Ravens with one running back who has more than five career NFL carries -- and that’s Ray Rice, who is an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Here’s a quick look at who the Ravens have on the...
  • With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming

    With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming
    This is the first installment of a three-part series in which Baltimore Sun staff writer Matt Vensel examines all three phases of the Ravens and how those areas can be improved this offseason. He will tackle the Ravens defense in Friday's newspaper and...
  • NFL scouting combine preview: running backs

    NFL scouting combine preview: running backs
    The NFL scouting combine starts Feb. 22. In advance of the NFL’s annual meat market in Indianapolis, staff writer Matt Vensel will examine each position and give Ravens fans the 4-1-1. Today he looks at running backs. The top prospects: Trent...
  • Newsome, Harbaugh hold court at combine

    Newsome, Harbaugh hold court at combine
    Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome and coach John Harbaugh provided a glimpse into the team’s offseason plans Friday, and those plans very much include an aggressive run at re-signing Pro Bowl left guard Ben Grubbs. Earlier this offseason,...
  • 2012 NFL free agency primer: the running backs

    2012 NFL free agency primer: the running backs
    Ravens running back Ray Rice was scheduled to become a free agent, but the team has placed the franchise tag on him in the hopes of working out a long-term deal with the Pro Bowl back. That’s a bummer for teams looking for an elite running back as...
  • It's official: Ravens use franchise tag on Rice

    It's official: Ravens use franchise tag on Rice
    In a move that had become little more than a formality, the Ravens announced today that they will use the franchise tag on Ray Rice, a decision that both sides hope will be the precursor to a long-term extension for the Pro Bowl running back. But the...
  • Ravens are right to bring back their smashmouth approach

    Ravens are right to bring back their smashmouth approach
    There is nothing flashy about a fist to the face -- well, unless when you're on the wrong side of the fist -- but that's the type of mentality the Ravens want to bring back on offense this season. That's why their two notable moves in free agency so far...
  • Ravens agree to deal with Ricky Williams

    Ravens agree to deal with Ricky Williams
    The Ravens filled their void at back running back, agreeing to a deal with Ricky Williams. The former Heisman Trophy winner ran for 673 yards and two touchdowns for the Miami Dolphins last season. Williams, though, totaled 1,121 yards and 11 touchdowns...