28-Year-Old Defensive Tackle – Baltimore Ravens
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
The stalwart interior lineman returns to Baltimore after parlaying a strong start to his career into a five-year, $54 million contract. He's come a long way since being a third-round selection out of ...
Brandon Williams Contract Information:
Signed a five-year, $54 million contract with the Ravens in March of 2017 that includes $27.5 million in guarantees.
Williams is specifically aiming to increase his sack total in 2017, NFL.com's Kevin Patra reports. "I need to get my pass rushing up. I am excited. I just had a meeting with our D-line coach, Coach [Joe] Cullen yesterday, about me kind of fine-tuning. I have the run-stop. I could still work on it, obviously, but I'm more just trying to work on my pass rush, trying to get out there and do the best I can. People say, 'Oh you got a contract, and now you can kind of relax.' There is no relaxing."
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Since taking over as the Ravensí starting nose tackle, Williams has been a quality run stuffer in the middle of the defense. He saw more snaps than any other defensive lineman in Baltimore last season, playing on 68.4 percent of the teamís snaps on that side of the ball. In 2016, Look for him to continue to build on his production from the past two years.
Williams returns as the Ravens' starting nose tackle.
Williams, a 2013 third-round draft pick, is expected to start at nose tackle.
Williams was selected in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, and he could end up starting at nose tackle as soon as Week 1, which would allow Haloti Ngata to play his more natural defensive tackle position. Nose tackles rarely have IDP value, and Williams doesn't figure to be any different, even if he ends up winning a starting gig.