Mike Williams estimated as non-participant Tuesday

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Chargers coach Brandon Staley called receiver Mike Williams “day to day,” but Tuesday was not the day.

The team’s estimated practice report lists Williams as a non-participant.

Williams injured his back during Sunday’s game.

An MRI revealed a contusion and indications from the team are that Williams should play Saturday against the Jaguars.

Williams missed four games during the regular season but still led the Chargers with 895 receiving yards.

Williams was the only player not listed as a full participant in the walkthrough practice.

Edge rusher Joey Bosa (groin), cornerback Bryce Callahan (groin), fullback Zander Horvath (ankle), linebacker Kenneth Murray Jr. (neck), linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga (biceps) and offensive tackle Trey Pipkins III (knee) were the other players on the practice report as full participants.

4 responses to “Mike Williams estimated as non-participant Tuesday

  1. Brandon Staley should be fired. I don’t care if they made the playoffs. He has grossly underperformed. Outcoached week in and week out. Only saving grace for him has been Herbert and Eckler balling out.

  2. He’s lucky he didn’t lose Bosa and that Williams wasn’t hurt as badly as originally thought. Why play these guys in that game ?

  3. WHAT WAS HE EVEN DOING IN A MEANINGLESS END OF SEASON GAME ! The head coach really messed up badly. He should have been resting for the playoffs.

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