Ty'Son Williams had a strong summer and he’s the only running back on the roster or practice squad who has been with the organization beyond a week. That alone makes him likely to get the bulk of the backfield work in his regular-season debut. Because he can immediately help the Ravens on special teams, Trenton Cannon is in good position to be active as the No. 3 or 4 running back, although a significant offensive role feels unlikely.
That leaves Murray, Freeman and Bell for one or maybe two spots. Since he’s on the active roster while Freeman and Bell are on the practice squad, Murray has to be viewed as the favorite to play and potentially get a handful of touches, the story went on to say. The story also added since Bell wasn't in camp with anyone, he's still working his way into game shape. Murray is looking like a good bet to slide into the RB2 role going forward.