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Cornerback Cary Williams has been suspended for the first two games of the season, but Harbaugh said he still has "high hopes" for the two-year veteran.
"Cary's still got to make our team, he's still got to prove that he's going to be a guy that can play corner in this league," Harbaugh said. "We think he's very talented, we think he's come a long way since what happened in Tennessee happened, and he's just got to put that behind him.
"But right now, he's got to have a good training camp."
I just caught up with Williams a minute ago, and while clearly disappointed about the suspension, the 25-year-old seems to be taking it in stride.
"Yes, unfortunately what happened, it is what it is," Williams said. "The NFL has rules set in place and it's our job as players to follow their rules. Unfortunately I didn't do that. Now I have to pay the consequences."
Williams impressed the coaches in minicamps, and his 6-1 frame makes him an attractive option as a nickel back.
"I'm just here to show I can compete and play at a high-performance level," Williams said. "I just want to show that I'm ready this year and I have the ability to become a starter and really contribute to this team."
Unfortunately, the suspension could seriously hurt his chances of making the 53-man roster.
The Ravens need help at corner at the beginning of the season because of the injuries to Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb.
The beginning of the season is when Williams will have to sit. Not the best of timing.