Ravens LG Bobbie Williams will not retire following the Super Bowl.
Ravens LG Bobbie Williams (ankle) in not expected to play in Sunday's game against the Steelers.
The Ravens have installed Bobbie Williams as their starting left guard.
Bobbie Williams was immediately installed with the Ravens' first-team offense at left guard after he signed on June 8.
The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston says the Ravens' left guard spot is Bobbie Williams' to lose.
Ravens agreed to terms with OG Bobbie Williams on a two-year contract.
Free agent OG Bobbie Williams estimates that he's 85 percent recovered from December ankle surgery.
Bengals placed RG Bobbie Williams on injured reserve with a broken ankle, ending his season.
Bengals.com reports that RG Bobbie Williams is feared to be lost for the season after suffering a significant ankle injury in Sunday's loss.
Bengals RG Bobbie Williams limped off the field with a leg injury in the second quarter of Week 14.
Bengals RG Bobbie Williams shed 12 pounds while working out during his four-game suspension.
The Bengals have been granted a one-week roster exemption for suspended RG Bobbie Williams as they evaluate whether to activate him.
NFL suspended Bengals RG Bobbie Williams four games for violating the league's policy against performance enhancing substances.
Bengals re-signed RG Bobbie Williams to a two-year contract worth just under $3 million per season.