The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports that Eagles cornerback Cary Williams arrived at training camp two days early. Eagles defensive backs coach John Lovett was pleasantly surprised to see the former-Raven at camp early.
Williams, 28, signed a three-year, $17 million deal with the Eagles in March after helping to lead the Baltimore Ravens to their second Super Bowl victory in franchise history. He missed team workouts in April due to dental work he had done and he also needed to pick out sconces for his new home. Williams missed more time in May when he got married and went on his honeymoon. Finally, he missed the final OTA at the end of May to go to his daughter's dance recital.
All of the missed time has irked Eagles fans and media which has not gotten their relationship with Williams off on the right foot.
Last season, Williams had 75 tackles with one sack and four interceptions, one of which was taken back for a touchdown. He was a crucial piece of the Ravens secondary last season as they went on to win the Super Bowl over the San Francisco 49ers.
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