Ravens veteran offensive guard Bobbie Williams prefers to return next season rather than retire.
"Absolutely," Williams said. "I would like to come back for another year."
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Under contract through the 2013 season after signing a two-year, $2.925 million contract last spring that included an $800,000 signing bonus, Williams, 36, endured an injury plagued season where he was limited to a dozen games and six starts.
He dealt with some swelling during training camp because of his surgically repaired broken right ankle, which he suffered last season against the Houston Texans.
"First and foremost, I want to get this Super Bowl ring," Williams said. "After that, if I have more tread on the tires, I'll take it one year at a time. I would like to do it again.
"Do I want to play again next year? Yeah, absolutely. This year has been a blessing. I played in spurts, which allowed me to heal."
Williams said he has formed a strong bond with his teammates in the locker room.
"The respect throughout the locker room is there," Williams said. "These are good people and a great organization. It's been awesome."