RB - KC
Darrel Williams and the Chiefs failed to find an agreement ahead of the legal tampering period that begins today so he will become a free agent.
The 26-year-old dual-threat back had 558 rushing yards and 452 receiving yards in 2021. He scored eight touchdowns on the year and demonstrated his potential to be the feature, possibly three-down RB. If he lands as such somewhere in free agency, his fantasy value will go up significantly.
Darrel Williams told reporters that he feels better and plans to play today against the Bengals.
Williams missed the Buffalo game with a toe injury. Before suffering the injury during the Wild Card round against the Steelers, Williams fumbled the ball and seemingly his chances at a significant role. He quickly took a backseat to Jerick McKinnon, who remained involved against the Bills while ceding touches to Clyde Edwards-Helaire. With all three potentially active, it would seem that Williams is going to be playing the No. 3 role and is most risky for NFL DFS purposes today.
Darrel Williams is listed as questionable to play Sunday against the Bengals due to his toe injury.
Williams was inactive against the Bills due to the injury. And prior to suffering the ailment during the Steelers in the team's Wild Card game, Williams fumbled the ball and quickly took a backseat to Jerick McKinnon. Given McKinnon's usage along with the presence of Clyde Edwards-Helaire, it's not clear what role, if any, Williams will hold even if he's able to suit up this weekend.
Darrel Williams was able to fully participate in the Chiefs' practice on Wednesday.
Williams missed the team's game against the Bills due to a toe injury. Prior to suffering the toe injury during the Wild Card game against the Steelers, Williams fumbled and took a back seat to running back Jerrick McKinnon. Despite appearing on track to return this week, it's unclear what sort of role he will be returning to given the performance of McKinnon and the presence of Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Chiefs running back Darrel Williams (toe) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills. He had been listed as questionable.
Williams' status was certainly up in the air heading into this weekend, and the Chiefs will indeed hold him out of the contest as they give him more time to heal. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) is making his return this week and will serve as Kansas City's lead back. Derrick Gore and Jerick McKinnon should get involved out of the backfield, too.
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