Parmele, who has carried the ball just seven times for 44 yards in three seasons with the Ravens, said he had heard the news regarding Williams before Monday's practice at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. Parmele said he wasn't shocked by the team's decision to sign Williams."You never know what's going to happen," Parmele said. "This is the NFL, and anything can happen. So you don't go around thinking that they're not going to bring in a guy. You're just open to anything happening. They're constantly trying to make the team better, and if they feel like they need to bring in a running back to come and compete, that's what they did. I can't take that as them saying, 'Oh, they don't trust me.' I've just got to do what I do, and I've just got to prove that I can be that guy during the preseason."