The Bengals placed Williams (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday.
Williams was carted off the field with a knee injury in last week's game against the Dolphins and he'll be out a minimum of three weeks. It's likely the Bengals will keep their prized 2019 first-round pick out the remainder of the season, so Hakeem Adeniji will assume the starting left tackle role as long as Williams is sidelined.
Williams has been carted off the field with a right knee injury and declared out for the remainder of Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
In a two-possession deficit with third-string quarterback Ryan Finley under center, Cincinnati will now also be without its No. 1 blindside protector for the remainder of Week 13. In steps Hakeem Adeniji at the left tackle spot, with Cincinnati finding itself in hurry-up mode for the remainder of the contest.
Williams (stinger) is active for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Williams suffered the stinger Oct. 25 against the Browns but is ready to retake the field this weekend. The 22-year-old should reclaim the starting spot at left tackle for the Bengals.
Williams (stinger) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
The Bengals have already ruled out right tackle Bobby Hart (knee), and they could be without Williams depending on how he progresses this weekend. Hakeem Adeniji will play at right tackle if Williams plays, and he'll likely start at left tackle if Williams sits out, bumping Keaton Sutherland to the right tackle position.
Williams (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Titans, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Williams is dealing with a stinger. He's one of three starting offensive linemen ruled out for Sunday, joining right tackle Bobby Hart (knee) and center Trey Hopkins (concussion) on the sidelines. Hakeem Adeniji is expected to start at left tackle in Williams' place.
Coach Zac Taylor said Monday that Williams is day-to-day after suffering a neck injury during Sunday's loss to the Browns, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Williams didn't return to the game after he departed, and he's in danger of missing next Sunday's game against the Titans. Taylor provided a favorable timeline, however, signaling that it may have just been a stinger. We'll have a better idea of his status when the team reveals its first injury report of the week Wednesday.
Williams exited Sunday's game against the Browns with a neck injury.
Williams suffered the injury during the first half and is unlikely to return. Fred Johnson will work at left tackle for the Bengals in his absence.
Williams (shoulder) practiced fully Friday and will play in Sunday's game versus the Ravens.
Williams landed on the injury report Wednesday, but he seems to be fine and will start at left tackle and protect rookie quarterback Joe Burrow's blindside for a fifth straight game.
Williams (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Williams hasn't previously been on the injury report and is a key starter on the Bengals' offensive line. We'll see whether he ramps up his activity later in the week.
Williams (shoulder) is expected to provide a significant boost for the Bengals' offensive line in 2020, Tony Mejia of NJ.com reports.
After spending his entire rookie season on the PUP list due to a torn labrum and only being cleared to practice in December, Williams is expected to take over as the starter at left guard for 2020. The 2019 first-round pick showcased outstanding technique and refinement at Alabama, offering reason for optimism that he could provide a tangible boost for the offensive line, though an offseason with shortened in-person activities could also work to his detriment.
The Bengals have cleared Williams (shoulder) to resume practicing with the team Thursday.
Williams has spent the entire season on the PUP list after suffering a torn labrum in June. While the rookie first-round pick isn't expected to return to the active roster or participate in game action this season, according to Jay Morrison of The Athletic, he'll at least benefit from getting some practice reps in. The Alabama product projects to take over at left tackle for Cincinnati in 2020.
Coach Zac Taylor said Williams (shoulder) isn't expected to return from the PUP list this season, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
The Bengals picked Williams in the first round (11th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft, but he underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in July and is slated to miss his entire rookie campaign. Cordy Glenn and Bobby Hart are expected to remain the starting tackles for the remainder of the Bengals' disappointing campaign.
Williams (shoulder) was placed on the PUP list Thursday, Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Williams underwent surgery earlier this week to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder and is expected to miss the entire season, so this is just a procedural move. The rookie first-round pick figures to be shifted to injured reserve at some point.
Williams (shoulder) underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn labrum and is expected to miss his entire rookie season, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official website reports.
The 11th overall pick in this year's draft was set to take over at left tackle, pushing Cordy Glenn inside to left guard. Glenn now figures to man his accustomed spot, while Clint Boling (undisclosed), John Jerry and Christian Westerman are the leading candidates to take over at left guard. Williams should make a full recovery before the Bengals start their offseason program next year.
Williams has been in attendance during minicamp but hasn't been practicing due to an undisclosed injury, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Zac Taylor wouldn't comment on the severity or nature of Williams' situation, only saying that the rookie first-round pick is scheduled to visit doctors. It seems likely the Bengals will hold Williams out through the end of minicamp with the goal of getting him ready for the start of training camp in late July.
The Bengals selected Williams in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 11th overall.
A three-year starter at Alabama with experience at both tackle spots, Williams brings a significant infusion of talent the Bengals' line. There is some question as to his future as an NFL left tackle due to his average athleticism and length, but Williams' technique and play style are top notch. He can start right away, although Bobby Hart and Cordy Glenn profile as the starting tackles as it stands. With that, Williams could begin his career at guard before ultimately moving back out to his natural position of tackle.