The Ravens' review: 2012 season
To keep you entertained during the 2013 NFL offseason, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will go back and review the performance of each significant Ravens contributor during the 2012 season. He started with the team's free agents and recent retires and will break down a new Ravens player every weekday.
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LaQuan Williams, wide receiver
GS: 0 | GP: 11 | Snaps: 170
Season in review: Williams, a Baltimore native, once again battled to make the 53-man roster. He made a bunch of spectacular catches in training camp, but he mostly played on special teams during the regular season. Williams was placed on injured reserve in late December and did not play in the playoffs.
Signature moment: LaQuan only played a handful of offensive snaps in the regular season, but he flashed potential with a leaping grab for a touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the preseason.
Stat that stands out: five -- special-teams tackles for Williams during the regular season.
Pro Football Focus grade: -0.5 on special teams | -3.0 penalties on special teams| 0.0 as a wide receiver.
Outlook for 2013 and beyond: Williams must once again fight for a roster spot this summer, and while his body control and leaping ability are a little intriguing, it appears Williams will have to make it on special teams.