Former Maryland and Poly wide receiver LaQuan Williams has been removed from the Ravens' injured reserve list as the team brokered an injury settlement with him.
Wiliams received a three-week settlement, a $97,941 portion of his $555,000 base salary.
He'll now become an unrestricted free agent.
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Despite this transaction, the Ravens haven't closed the door on potentially bringing Williams back when he's healthy.
Williams suffered a relatively minor strained hamstring against the St. Louis Rams. He was scheduled to return at some point this season.
Williams caught a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the preseason opener and recovered a blocked punt for a score against Tampa Bay.
Williams made the initial 53-man roster Saturday prior to being released.