Report: Jonah Williams suffered dislocated kneecap during Sunday’s win

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There is a little more clarity on the injury Bengals left tackle Jonah Williams suffered in Sunday night’s win over the Ravens.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Williams suffered a dislocated kneecap during the contest. Williams went down late in the first half and did not return. He’s slated to have an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of the damage.

Jay Morrison of TheAthletic.com notes that it’s a recurrence of the injury he suffered against Baltimore in Week Five. Williams was able to play the next week against New Orleans and he didn’t miss an offensive snap.

Cincinnati’s offensive line has been ravaged by injuries in recent weeks. Right tackle La'el Collins suffered a torn ACL in the Week 16 win over the Patriots. Then right guard Alex Cappa went down with an ankle injury in the Week 18 win over Baltimore.

We’ll see what other adjustments the Bengals have to make up front this week as they get ready to play the Bills on Sunday afternoon.

6 responses to “Report: Jonah Williams suffered dislocated kneecap during Sunday’s win

  1. Big whit coming in off the couch at 60 years old would still be better than anything else the bengals trot out there. Get him in ASAP

  2. The Bengals desperately need to find a new starting LT this offseason. Even when healthy Williams is a turnstile at left tackle. Never lived up to his hype from Alabama.

  3. That injury hurts – bad – trust me on that one. There’s a special brace they can put on to help, but the more it happens the easier it is to happen again.

    Tough time to have those injuries.

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