Agent for Ravens CB Cary Williams says his client has been suspended for two games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, according to Aaron Wilson of National Football Post.
Here's what his agent, Marc Lillibridge, told NFP:
"Over a year ago while Cary was a member of the Tennessee Titans, he was involved in an incident that fell under the NFL conduct policy," agent Marc Lillibridge told the National Football Post. "Through the appeals process with the NFL and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s office, Cary was suspended for two games. Although we’re disappointed we did not win the appeal, we respect the league office’s decision. Cary just wants to focus on the training camp with the Ravens and the remaining games in the regular season.
"Even though Cary was a member of the Titans at the time, he’s disappointed he let the Ravens’ front office, ownership and teammates down. What happened is in the past and now he just wants to focus on helping the Ravens get back to the playoffs and to the Super Bowl. Cary is a father, Cary is the kind of guy any agent is proud to represent. I’m excited for him moving forward as a player and a person as a human being."
It's unclear what that "incident" is.
After his two-game suspension, Williams is expected to compete for time at nickelback.
The Ravens plucked Williams from the Titans practice squad last November.