Ravens Safety Marcus Williams Snags Interception In First Game Off Injured Reserve
The Pittsburgh Steelers hosted the Ravens at Acrisure Stadium on Sunday, December 11.
A day prior to the contest, Williams was activated off the Injured Reserve list. He’d been out with a dislocated wrist that he suffered on October 9.
With 3:03 remaining in the third quarter, Steelers quarterback Mitchell Trubisky overthrew his intended receiver and Williams went into wideout mode. The former Ute picked the ball off at the Baltimore one-yard line.
It was Williams’ fourth pick of the season.
At the time of the interception, the Ravens owned a 13-7 lead.
— Kyle Ireland (@kyleireland) December 11, 2022
Following the play, Williams had two total tackles, one solo tackle, one pass breakup, and an interception.
Entering the game, Williams had recorded 33 total tackles, 26 solo tackles, one fumble recovery, three interceptions, and five pass breakups in five games this season.
Baltimore’s game against Pittsburgh is televised on CBS and NFL Sunday Ticket.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 11, 2022
About Marcus Williams
The Corona, California native played at Utah from 2014-16. During his career with the Utes, the safety had 189 total tackles, 125 solo tackles, four tackles for loss, 11 interceptions, 19 pass breakups, two forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries in 36 games.
Following his college career at the University of Utah, Williams was selected by the New Orleans Saints during the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
The safety is in his sixth NFL season and first with Baltimore. This offseason, the former Utah standout signed with the Ravens after five seasons with the New Orleans Saints.
During his NFL career, Williams has totaled 354 total tackles, 265 solo tackles, one sack, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, 18 interceptions, 43 pass breakups, and one touchdown in 81 games played.
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