The Detroit Lions were already going to be without 2022 first-round receiver Jameson Williams for the first six games of the 2023 season while he serves a suspension for violating the NFL’s gambling policy.
And now, they may have to make do without him for the final two games of the preseason as well after the star wideout tweaked his hamstring during practice on Wednesday.
“There’s a good chance (his injury) could go through the preseason,” Lions coach Dan Campbell told reporters on Thursday. “Yeah, there will be a setback with it, but it’s also — listen, you take it as it comes. I’m not going to sweat it.”