Williams (knee) isn't yet participating in on-field sessions during his offseason workouts but remains on pace to be ready for the start of the regular season, Adam H. Beasley and Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald report.

Williams, who is recovering from an ACL tear he suffered last November, has resumed jogging and should gradually increase the intensity of his running in the weeks to come before he gets the green light to take part in drills. While Miami remains optimistic the second-year wideout will be ready to go for Week 1, the coaching and medical staffs could use Williams cautiously in training camp and the preseason. According to a team source, the Dolphins envision Williams and DeVante Parker serving as their outside receivers in 2020, with Albert Wilson being the top candidate to handle slot duties. Before requiring surgery for his right knee last season, the undrafted Williams proved to be a shrewd pickup for Miami. He produced 32 receptions for 428 yards and three touchdowns in just eight games.

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