Football is a game of risk for Cary Williams. The Ravens starting cornerback relies on his instincts on the field for when to gamble and when to play it safe
Williams is applying that approach to how he conducts his business off the field, declining the Ravens' offer of a three-year contract extension. The contract proposal was worth roughly $15 million, according to league sources.
Williams is betting on himself by deciding to play out the final year of his contract with no talks currently being held. He'll be an unrestricted free agent after this season.
"My philosophy on doing that was just having confidence in myself," Williams said. "I know myself,...