The Los Angeles Chargers will be without wide receiver Mike Williams on Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Williams suffered a back contusion in Week 18 when Los Angeles played its starters for the majority of a game against the Denver Broncos, despite being locked into the fifth seed in the AFC before kickoff.
Adam Schefter says that Williams will likely miss the next two-three weeks (if the Chargers do advance).
Chargers’ WR Mike Williams suffered a fracture in his back last Sunday that is expected to sideline him the next two to three weeks, meaning that, barring an LA Super-Bowl run, his season is over, per Lindsey Thiry.
Chargers vs. Jags will be heard this Saturday on KFI AM 640.
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