Williams (knee) doesn't yet have a timeline to return to the field, but he expects to play at some point in 2020, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Williams suffered an ACL tear Nov. 3, giving him 10 months to recover from surgery and complete his rehab program before Week 1 of 2020. It could be a close call, but he'll at least have youth on his side as he prepares for his age-23 season. The Colorado State product was an instant contributor as an undrafted rookie, with his stats from eight games prorating to a 64-856-5 receiving line on 120 targets over a 16-game campaign. Williams led the Dolphins in receiving yards at the time of his knee injury, which then paved the way for DeVante Parker to compile a league-high 802 yards over the final eight weeks of the season. Parker should enter 2020 as the team's No. 1 receiver, but it's worth remembering that he and Williams were essentially equals before the rookie tore his ACL. Jan 29 2:56 pm (EST)
- The Dolphins placed Williams (knee) on injured reserve Tuesday.
- The season-ending right leg injury Williams sustained in Sunday's win over the Jets was a torn ACL, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
- Williams will miss the rest of the season due to a leg injury, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. All Preston Williams News
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