5 fallers from Baltimore Ravens offseason program

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Pepe Williams, Baltimore Ravens
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1. Pepe Williams missed a great chance to earn a role with the Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens need somebody to step up in the slot. Last season, rookie Damarion 'Pepe' Williams took some work in the slot, but injury and play saw him lose his job. Kyle Hamilton took on the role and did not look back. With Chuck Clark gone, the hope would be that Hamilton would move to a safety spot, and someone like Williams could move into the slot.

So far, that has not been able to happen. This is another situation where it is tough to blame Williams because he is currently injured. Still, it is easy to be frustrated with the situation because it was a prime chance to put yourself in a position to play this season.

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Guys like Ar'Darius Washington and Daryl Worley are getting work in the slot, which shows how open the competition is. That means that Williams could still step in and find himself in that role by the end of training camp. However, the lost time for a second-year player and a former day-three draft pick is not what he wanted this summer.