Eagles signed CB Cary Williams, formerly of the Ravens, to a three-year, $17 million contract.
NFL Network's Michelle Beisner considers the Lions and Eagles the most likely landing spots for free agent CB Cary Williams.
According to the Indianapolis Star, Colts coach Chuck Pagano was a "big fan" of free agent CB Cary Williams when Pagano was on Baltimore's staff.
The Baltimore Sun says the Colts will "probably" pursue free agent CB Cary Williams.
The Ravens are expected to allow free agent CB Cary Williams to hit the open market.
The Ravens plan to touch base with free agent CB Cary Williams' representation at the Combine.
The Ravens have stated adamantly that Joe Flacco is their only candidate for the franchise tag.
The Carroll County Times says impending free agent CB Cary Williams is not expected to be re-signed.
The Baltimore Sun expects the Ravens to "try to keep" impending free agent CB Cary Williams, but says Williams might get more on the open market than Baltimore is willing to offer.
Impending free agent CB Cary Williams believes he might be worth $8-$10 million per year on the open market.
A reliable source tells the Indianapolis Star the player the Colts are pursuing in trade talks is a cornerback.
Ravens RCB Cary Williams reportedly turned down a three-year, $15 million contract offer from the franchise before training camp.
Ravens CB Cary Williams has "regained trust and flexibility" in his surgically repaired right hip and expects to be 100 percent for training camp.
Ravens CB Cary Williams (hip surgery) is hoping to be at full strength in time for training camp.