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Ravens bring back LaQuan Williams

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Wide receiver LaQuan Williams is re-joining the Baltimore Ravens this offseason.

Williams announced the signing on his personal twitter account.

"Feels good to be back home #RavensNation," Williams tweeted.

Teammate Torrey Smith, who also played college football with Williams at the University of Maryland, tweeted a reaction to the news as well.

"My bro @i_amQUAN is back where he belongs #RavensNation," Smith wrote.

Williams was an undrafted free agent in 2011 and signed with the Ravens, the only team to give him a tryout. He made the 53-man roster and held his spot through the 2012 season. He suffered a hamstring injury in the final preseason game of the 2013 season and was waived/injured on Sept. 1.

Williams briefly spent time with New England during the year.

Mainly a special teams player, Williams has recorded four catches for 46 yards in game action.

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