Quinnen Williams out until training camp with foot injury

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Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams is going to miss a couple months of offseason work.

Williams broke a small bone in his foot and likely will have surgery that will sideline him 8-10 weeks, NFL Network reports.

That timeline would put Williams out of Organized Team Activities and minicamp, but would allow him to return for the start of training camp.

The 23-year-old Williams was the third overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft and has emerged as a solid player for the Jets, although injuries have forced him to miss three games in each of his two NFL seasons. Now he has one more injury, albeit one that shouldn’t affect him by the time the season starts.

5 responses to “Quinnen Williams out until training camp with foot injury

  1. Honestly both of these other two comments are just dumb. Like just say you don’t actually watch the Jets play football and move on. Quinnen was really really good last year and not even remotely a bust. And just about every team has offseason injuries. I’d be way more concerned if the injury was during training camp, the pre-season or regular season

  2. sleonardi1 says:
    May 4, 2021 at 1:12 pm

    Honestly both of these other two comments are just dumb. Like just say you don’t actually watch the Jets play football and move on. Quinnen was really really good last year and not even remotely a bust. And just about every team has offseason injuries. I’d be way more concerned if the injury was during training camp, the pre-season or regular season
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    It would be nice if they just moved on and gave up the gaming since it is so obvious. Same you know what all the time. Just a different day.

  3. Per PFF led NFL in plays broken up( in running game mostly). Not Aaron Donald who is a much better pass rusher at this time.

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