Chargers' Mike Williams out vs. Cardinals with ankle injury

Los Angeles Chargers pass receiver Mike Williams has actually been eliminated of Sunday’s video game versus the Arizona Cardinals with an ideal high ankle sprain, coach Brandon Staley stated Friday.

“He’s progressing,” Staley informed press reporters. “Just felt like resting him this week would be the best course of action.”

Williams suffered the injury in Week 7 and reaggravated it on the 3rd play of Sunday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He was not able to end up the video game and did not practice today.

The Chargers (5-5), who are on the beyond the AFC playoff photo, likewise might be thin in the secondary while dealing with Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, who is anticipated to return from a hamstring injury that sidelined him for 2 video games.

Chargers cornerback Michael Davis is noted as doubtful with a knee problem, while security Nasir Adderley is uncertain since of a thumb injury.

Staley stated that he anticipates Davis to be readily available however that Adderley appeared not likely.

“I don’t think he can grip his hand the right way to be able to tackle and get guys on the ground,” Staley stated.

Rookie JT Woods and Raheem Layne, presently a member of the practice team, would be anticipated to step up in Adderley’s lack, Staley stated.

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