Friday PM Update: Williams is off the Chargers’ final injury report of the week and doesn’t carry a designation heading into Sunday’s game. He should be able to return from the ankle injury that has sidelined him multiple times this season.
Chargers’ WR Mike Williams is not listed on the team’s injury report today and is now poised to play Sunday night vs. Miami.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 9, 2022
Thursday Update: Williams got in some more individual work in Thursday’s practice. It’s a good sign that he was able to be upgraded to a full participant. Another full practice on Friday and Williams could head into the weekend without a designation.
Chargers’ WR Mike Williams was upgraded from limited participant in practice Wednesday to full participant today.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 8, 2022
WR Mike Williams (ankle) and C Corey Linsley (concussion) are both participating in individual drills today.— Daniel Popper (@danielrpopper) December 8, 2022
We have made it to Week 14 of the NFL season. The Los Angeles Chargers are gearing up to host the Miami Dolphins. The Chargers' offense has been stunted throughout this season due to injury, and that looks like it will continue on Sunday. Wide receiver Mike Williams finds himself on the injury report yet again with an ankle injury. He begins the practice week with a limited participation in practice on Wednesday.
wednesday's dolphins-chargers injury report pic.twitter.com/5Uo1scqvOT— Los Angeles Chargers (@chargers) December 7, 2022
Fantasy football implications for Week 14
Williams has only played in eight games this season but has the third-most receiving yards on the team. He has brought in 38 of his 60 targets for 510 yards and three touchdowns. He is a solid complement to Keenan Allen, which gives him upside in the offense if he plays without limitations. If Williams is active, you will likely start him in your Week 14 fantasy football lineups. If he is yet again inactive, look toward Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter to pick up the slack.