The Chargers received good news on cornerback Trevor Williams. He avoided a high-ankle sprain Womens Ryan Kerrigan Jersey , according to Jack Wang of the Southern California News Group.
Williams will play in the preseason at some point, per Wang, but the Chargers have no reason to rush him back.
Williams, 24 Womens Melvin Gordon Jersey , was injured Tuesday when he got his feet tangled with receiver Mike Williams. Trainers helped Trevor Williams off the field, and he was on crutches, with a walking boot on his left foot when he departed the locker room.
The Chargers were due some good news, having already lost tight end Hunter Henry (ACL) Womens DeSean Jackson Jersey , tight end Austin Roberts (ACL) and cornerback Jason Verrett (Achilles) for the season.
Williams’ absence will give Michael Davis, Jeff Richards and undrafted rookie Tony Brown more reps.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed offensive tackle Brian O'Neill, their second-round draft pick out of Pittsburgh.
The four-year deal was done Friday, before Vikings rookie minicamp began. They have three of their eight draft picks left unsigned: first-round cornerback Mike Hughes Authentic Jameis Winston Jersey , fourth-round defensive end Jalyn Holmes, and fifth-round tight end Tyler Conklin.
O'Neill was the 62nd overall selection, a 6-foot-6, 305-pound converted tight end. He played in all 38 games over the last three seasons for the Panthers Youth Justin Tucker Jersey , forgoing his final year of eligibility to enter the draft. The Vikings lauded his athleticism but stressed the need for him to add strength. O'Neill is likely headed for a backup role this season behind starting tackles Riley Reiff and Mike Remmers.
Womens Mike Gesicki Jersey