Williams (ribs) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

In relief of the inactive Adrian Peterson (neck) in Sunday's loss to the Rams, Williams earned the start and led all Cardinals running backs by playing 31 of the 64 offensive snaps, followed by D.J. Foster (28) and Elijhaa Penny (five). On the box score, Williams had the most success by far, totaling 16 carries for 97 yards, while Foster accrued 25 yards from scrimmage and Penny recorded a one-yard touchdown run. The Cardinals have implemented a wait-and-see approach with Peterson, but another absence would leave Williams with the most intriguing potential due to the sheer number of touches. Williams' practice reps leading up to the Week 14 matchup with the Titans may be restricted, however, as he continues to recover from the cracked ribs he first sustained in Week 12.

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