Williams (ankle) is officially active for Sunday's game at Philadelphia.
Coach Adam Gase said early in the week that Williams was "good to go" barring a setback, so it's not a major surprise to seem him playing Sunday. The rookie first-round pick has been sidelined since suffering the left ankle sprain in Week 1.
Williams (ankle) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Williams was a limited practice participant this week but appears likely to play, as coach Adam Gase said Monday that he's "good to go" barring a setback. The rookie first-round pick seemed to avoid any issues by practicing each day, so he should see his first game action since suffering the injury Week 1.
Coach Adam Gase said Williams (ankle) is "good to go" for Sunday's game versus the Eagles barring a setback, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Williams hasn't played since Week 1, but he benefited from the bye week to get healthy. Although he rookie may be a limited participant to start the practice week, he looks in line to suit up for Week 5's game. Williams likely won't be a starter in this contest with Steve McLendon still in the fold, but he'll be an important early-down option against the Eagles, who just racked up 176 rushing yards against the Packers.
Coach Adam Gase said Monday that Williams (ankle) is trending in the right direction to play Week 5 against the Eagles, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Williams has yet to retake the field since suffering an ankle injury Week 1 versus the Bills. He'll benefit from extra time to get healthy before facing off against the Eagles, with the Jets on bye Week 4.
Williams (ankle) is officially listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
The rookie was doubtful coming into the game after he was unable to practice in any session during the past week. Luckily for the defense, fellow DT Steve McLendon (hip) will be active, so he'll get the start. With the Jets on bye next week, Williams will have two weeks to get healthy ahead of Week 5's game versus the Eagles.
Williams (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game versus the Patriots.
Williams will miss his second straight game, and it doesn't seem like he's making progress after sitting out all three practices this week. The Jets have a bye next week, so the rookie first-round pick has two weeks to get healthy for Week 5's game versus the Eagles.
Williams (ankle) is not participating in Thursday's practice, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Williams has yet to resume practicing since suffering an ankle injury Week 1. Even if the rookie first-round pick is able to participate Friday, he may be a long shot for Sunday's tilt against the Patriots. Folorunso Fatukasi is in line to serve as the team's backup nose tackle as long as Williams remains sidelined.
Williams (ankle) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Although Williams is sitting out, coach Adam Gase said he's "trending" toward practicing Thursday. Even if Williams is able to practice, he still may be an inactive for Sunday's game versus the Patriots. The Jets have yet to see what Williams -- their third-overall pick in April's draft -- can bring to the table, as he's only played 24 defensive snaps thus far.
Williams (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Browns.
Not only did the Jets lose starting quarterback Sam Darnold for multiple games due to mononucleosis, starting middle linebacker Curtis Mosley (groin) and Williams will also miss the prime-time contest Monday. Expect the Jets to use a variety of linemen to fill in for the 2019 first-round pick.
Williams (ankle) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Williams suffered an ankle injury Week 1 versus the Bills and has yet to resume practicing. He'll have two more opportunities to retake the practice field ahead of Monday's tilt against the Browns. If Williams is unable to go Week 2, expect Folorunso Fatukasi to step in as the team's backup nose tackle.
Williams (ankle) won't practice Wednesday, but coach Adam Gase said he's "progressing very fast," Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Williams didn't record a stat in his NFL debut, which was affected by an ankle injury in the second half. Steve McLendon is still the team's starting nose tackle, but the Jets hope Williams will be able to practice in some capacity by Saturday.
Williams left the stadium after Sunday's game versus the Bills with a boot on his left foot, SNY reports.
It appears that Williams is dealing with an ankle injury, and it's at least a positive sign that he could put weight on that foot. A better predictor for Williams' health will be whether he's able to take the field for Thursday's practice ahead of Week 2's game versus the Browns.
Williams (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Bills, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Williams hadn't made a tackle in his NFL debut at the time of his departure. The rookie first-round pick's absence depletes the depth of the Jets' defensive front, but he was still working as a backup nose tackle to Steve McLendon. If he doesn't return, expect his practice status to be monitored in the upcoming week.
Williams has agreed to a contract with the Jets and now will report to training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The Jets wanted Williams to defer more than 30 percent of his signing bonus, and the two sides ultimately agreed on 25 percent. The No. 3 overall pick should step right in as a crucial piece of the Gang Green defense, likely getting the Week 1 start.
Williams is absent from the start of training camp while negotiations on his rookie contract continue, Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News reports.
The Jets reportedly want Williams to accept deferred payments for more than 30 percent of his signing bonus, which could have negative implications for his taxes. The team had a similar standoff last year with Sam Darnold, who ultimately received his full bonus within 15 days of signing after he missed a few days of practice. It isn't quite clear why the Jets think they'll have better luck convincing Williams to accept terms that aren't in his best interest.
Williams (calf) will be a full participant in the Jets' mandatory minicamp next week, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Williams had been dealing with the calf injury for almost two weeks, but the Jets apparently aren't overly concerned with his health heading into his rookie. Assuming he steers clear of any noteworthy setbacks with the calf injury, the Alabama producti should stake his claim to the starting job at nose tackle.
Williams (calf) was limited on the first day of minicamp Tuesday, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.
Williams is still hobbled due to a calf issue that has been lingering for nearly two weeks now, but the team still doesn't seem to have any major concerns surrounding the rookie's health. Look for Williams to remain limited to individual work until he is back to full strength this offseason.
Williams (calf) was limited to individual drills at Wednesday's practice, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.
Williams made his return to practice Wednesday after injuring his calf in OTAs last week. However, the Jets prevented him from taking part in team drills, a precautionary tactic that could become the norm for the rookie until he's back to full strength. The fact Williams is already back on the practice field seemingly confirms earlier reports that his injury is truly a minor one.
Williams (calf) is slated to practice Wednesday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
The No. 3 overall pick missed a few OTA sessions while dealing with some tightness in his calf. He didn't require an MRI and now is back on the field in short order. Williams could get some work at nose tackle on early downs, but he may also see plenty of pass-rushing opportunities in nickel formations.
Williams, who's been experiencing calf tightness, won't undergo an MRI because the injury is believed to be minor, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Williams didn't participate at practice Thursday due to the issue, but there never seemed to be much concern over the injury. The team is likely to remain cautious with the third overall pick of last month's draft.
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