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Week 3 Outlook
Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams caught one of three targets for two yards against the Bills on Sunday.
Williams missed Week 1 with a foot injury but did suit up this Sunday. Still, he had a small role in the Miami offense and will only see his workload shrink if or when Will Fuller V (personal) returns. Regardless, Williams has failed to come through numerous times. He should be dropped in all leagues.
WR Preston Williams will play in Week 2 against the Bills.
Williams is officially active against the Bills. He doesn't have much fantasy value against a stingy Bills defense. Will Fuller is list as inactive, so he may get a few more opportunities.
Preston Williams has been listed as questionable for the Dolphins Week 2 game against the Bills.
Williams practiced in full earlier this week, but he was more recently listed as limited due to a knee injury. Will Fuller (personal) was ruled out. Williams likely wouldn't see too much playing time if he does suit up on Sunday.
Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams (foot) was a full participant during practice on Thursday.
Williams missed Week 1 but should be good to go for Week 2 against Buffalo assuming he logs a full practice on Friday. Injuries have plagued the 24-year-old who has caught 50 passes for 716 yards and seven scores since his rookie campaign in 2019.
Miami Dolphins WR Preston Williams (foot) was a limited participant at practice on Wednesday.
Williams didn't play Week 1 against the Patriots due to a lingering foot injury from his stint on IR in 2020. However, he caught four touchdowns on just 35 targets, making his ability to practice, albeit in a limited capacity, quite exciting. It's still a crowded wide receiving corps with Will Fuller IV, Jaylen Waddle, and DeVante Parker all burying him on the depth chart, which makes him a player to keep out of lineups if he suits up Week 2 against the Bills.