Cornerback Cary Williams returned to the Ravens today after sitting out the last two weeks because of a league-imposed suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
He'll join a suddenly crowded cornerback group, which now features Fabian Washington, Chris Carr, Lardarius Webb, John Wilson, Prince Miller and Williams.
Williams has not been allowed at team headquarters or at the Ravens' games during his suspension, but head coach John Harbaugh doesn't think it will take long for the second-year cornerback to get back into the swing of things.
"We'll get him into meetings and get him back on track," Harbaugh said. "He went through all of training camp and the whole offseason, so I don't think it'll be too much. But it was good to see his face sitting in the room there."
The Ravens will now have until 4 p.m. tomorrow to make a move to clear space on the 53-man roster.
We know that Miller will not be the guy to go; the rookie corner still has to be on the Ravens' active roster for a minimum of another two weeks after being signed off the Patriots' practice squad last Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Harbaugh said he was impressed with Webb's play in his first game back since tearing his ACL last December.
Webb played in nickel situations, mostly on third downs, and looked fairly sharp in his first time in a Ravens jersey in nearly nine months.
"I thought he played well," Harbaugh said. "I think there's only one route that got away from him the whole game, and he was kind of anticipating a route that Chad [Ochocinco] likes to run in that situation. He looked as well as could be hoped for, I think."