Williams had recently been cleared for football activities, but the Dolphins are easing him back into action. "There’s no assurance he will be deemed ready for Week 1, though Miami is cautiously optimistic he will be, the Miami Herald added. He passed his physical and is progressing well. But Miami is being cautious." Williams hauled in 32 catches for 428 yards and three touchdowns across eight games his rookie season. If healthy, he is projected to be the second or third option in the Dolphins' passing attack. The 23-year-old is currently 51st among all wide receivers in the latest expert consensus rankings.