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Bobbie Williams' beefy left forearm is decorated with an authoritative message that contains about as much subtlety as when the heavyweight blocker delivers a powerful blow to a defensive lineman's head and shoulders. His trademark tattoo reads, "Boss Man," a nickname the Baltimore Ravens' projected new starting left offensive guard earned as an unusually precocious, rough-necked freshman at Arkansas. "That's back when I was a young whippersnapper," Williams said. "It was kind of like freshman year kind of messing with some of the older guys, roughing them up. So, they were just like, 'You're kind of the boss.' And it stuck with me." During the past eight years with the Cincinnati Bengals before signing a two-year, $2.925 million contract with the Ravens that includes an $800,000 signing bonus, Williams built a reputation for his ferocity in trench warfare. The 6-foot-4, 345-pounder literally became a painful presence for the Ravens' vaunted defense, butting heads with middle...
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