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Jonah Williams

Jonah Williams

OT - Arizona Cardinals

2024 Outlook

Draft Rank (ECR) N/A
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Jonah Williams signs with Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals signed Jonah Williams.

Fantasy Impact

The Cardinals made this move after releasing DJ Humphries. Williams was a first-round pick by the Bengals, most recently moving over to right tackle. He could move back to left tackle with Arizona.

Ari Koslow10 weeks ago
Jonah Williams (knee) expects to be cleared for training camp

Jonah Williams said he expects to be cleared in time for training camp.

Fantasy Impact

Williams was sidelined in the latter part of the playoffs for the Bengals last season due to a dislocated kneecap. He is expected to move to right tackle and he'll be playing on a contract year.

Ari Koslow50 weeks ago
Jonah Williams (knee) placed on IR

The Bengals have placed T Jonah Williams on injured reserve with a knee injury.

Fantasy Impact

NFL's Ian Rapoport states that Williams is likely done for the remainder of the 2020 season. Williams, an athletic T and former first-round pick out of Alabama, has had trouble staying on the field. The current knee injury follows up a torn labrum that cost him his entire rookie campaign. Hopefully, the extended offseason will help this promising young talent get back on track for 2021.

Jonah Williams (neck) ruled out for Week 8

Bengals OL Jonah Williams (neck) has been ruled out for Week 8 against the Titans.

Fantasy Impact

It's a concern for the fantasy outlook of Joe Burrow, Gio Bernard, and Cincinnati's receivers. The Bengals have had one of the worst offensive lines in football this season and will now be without their starting left tackle.

Jonah Williams (neck) in danger of missing Week 8 against Titans

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Bengals LT Jonah Williams (neck) "may" miss the team's Week 8 matchup versus the Titans.

Fantasy Impact

The team could also be without C Trey Hopkins (concussion) for this one. It's a worrisome development for Joe Burrow as the Bengals already struggled in pass protection.