"My body feels good and I know I'm going to train hard and so I'm excited about next year," Williams told the website. "I've grown a lot, kind of falling into a new role and a new city and a new organization, and I've gotten better. And like everyone else, I feel like I have something to build on for next year."
Williams, one of the NFL's oldest running backs, had career lows in carries (108) and rushing yards (444) after joining the Ravens last summer on a two-year contract but he served a critical backup role to Ray Rice, who often said Williams was "the best thing that ever happened to me." Williams had two touchdowns.
"I'm not so surprised I've played this long, but I am surprised at how good I feel," Williams told the website.
"Situations like this are always learning experiences," Williams said. "I think if you look at the big picture and what it takes to train a team to win a Super Bowl, this is just one of those lessons.
"I think we have enough character and we have enough leadership that we're going to take the confidence that we gained in that game and hopefully carry it over to next year and go a little bit further."