Former Ravens RB Ty’Son Williams finds new NFL home

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The Baltimore Ravens were dealt some bad luck in 2021 when it came to their group of running backs. The team lost their top three backs prior to the start of the season and had to depend on signing veterans from elsewhere to try and get the job done.

During the offseason, Baltimore decided to move on from running back Ty’Son Williams, making the former BYU star a free agent. However, it didn’t take long for him to find a home on a new NFL team. The Indianapolis Colts announced on Tuesday that they signed Williams as well as waiving center Alex Mollette.

Williams has started in three games and played in 13 games during his NFL career. The running back notched one touchdown and 185 yards on 35 carries. He was expected to have a big role following the injuries to Dobbins and Edwards, but after just a few weeks of the 2021 season saw little playing time.