The Baltimore Ravens are reportedly planning to issue tenders to Cary Williams and Lardarius Webb. The two starting cornerbacks were a large part of the Ravens having the No. 4 passing defense in the league.
Expect Ravens to use first-round restricted tenders on cornerbacks Cary Williams and Lardarius Webb. Long-term deals are the eventual goal— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) February 28, 2012
Webb's five interceptions during the regular season were tied for the eighth-most in the NFL last year and he returned one of them for a touchdown. He also had three interceptions during the postseason, which was the most in the league.
Williams' numbers were not quite so impressive, but he was very effective. He knocked down 18 passes and made 78 tackles. Williams was tied for the seventh most defended passes and was the sixth-leading tackler among cornerbacks last season.
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