Baltimore Ravens: Which Wide Receiver Will Step Up For the Team?

August 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

During the course of the game against the New York Giants, the Ravens receiving corps took two substantial hits: Mark Clayton was felled with a concussion after a hard hit from Antrel Rolle while Donte’ Stallworth sustained a broken bone in his foot.
At this point, neither injury appears to be season ending, but when the players slotted at Nos. three and four fall from the depth chart, questions arise.
Which wide receiver will step up to fill the void left by these two injuries?
Demetrius Williams
Williams has a reputation to be an injury-prone player. This would be the perfect time for him to step up and show the team what he can do—if he were not injured, that is. Williams has a sprained ankle, and while he did practice, he ran his drills at half- speed and was noticeably favoring his right ankle.
Marcus Smith
Smith spent last season on the injured reserve with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his kne...

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