Former Bengals and Ravens OT Willie Anderson wants to come out of retirement and play in the NFL this season.
Four-time Pro Bowl OT Willie Anderson might want to come out of retirement for the 2010 season, sources tell ESPN.com.
OT Willie Anderson said he had to tell the Ravens he's not coming out of retirement right now.
Ravens placed OT Willie Anderson on the reserve/retired list.
Ravens RT Willie Anderson confirms that he has no plans to retire any time soon.
X-rays on Ravens RT Willie Anderson's left ankle were negative after Saturday's win over Dallas.
Ravens RT Willie Anderson had to be helped off the field Saturday with an ankle injury.
Ravens RT Willie Anderson (ankle) was limited in practice Wednesday and is questionable to play in Week 12 against the Eagles.
Ravens RT Willie Anderson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 11 against the Giants and barely practiced all week.
Right tackle Willie Anderson is expected to see his first game action as a Raven in Week 3.
Ravens signed OT Willie Anderson to a three-year, $11 million contract.
Free agent Willie Anderson has narrowed his choices of teams to sign with to the Ravens, Bucs, and Chargers, according to NFL Network's Adam Schefter.
Free agent OT Willie Anderson has fielded calls from Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome and Chargers GM A.J. Smith.
Bengals released OT Willie Anderson.