DAVIS, FL-Brian Flores said Wednesday that Miami Dolphins receiver Preston Williams will be placed in the injured reserve due to a foot injury.
Flores said: “We conducted some tests. It is much more important than we initially thought.” “This is a huge loss. Preston did a lot of games for us in the first half of the season.”
Flores didn’t want to speculate on the length of Williams’ absence, but after further testing confirmed that the injury was more serious, he will miss at least three games due to injury.
Williams appeared to suffer a foot injury when he was knocked down by a touchdown catcher defense in Sunday’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals.
In the absence of Williams, Jakeem Grant (Jakeem Grant) is the most likely candidate to be promoted to the starting lineup. Experienced receiver Mack Hollins (Mack Hollins) will also play a bigger role. He replaced Williams (Williams) from Tua Tagovailoa on Sunday. Touchdown. Rookie receivers Lynn Bowden Jr., Malcolm Perry and Kirk Merritt will also see more active on game day and at William Opportunity to make a contribution after his injury.
The Dolphins can also promote Antonio Callaway from the practice team to the active lineup. Callaway was suspended for 14 games for repeatedly violating the NFL’s drug abuse policy and was therefore removed from the ban list. He was designated this week as one of the team’s four protected practice teams.
Flores also pointed out that without Williams, the team could switch to more two-player competitions. Williams has 18 catches and 4 touchdowns for 288 yards this season.