The Las Vegas Raiders are apparently heading out in different directions with one of their top wideouts. On Thursday, Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network revealed that the Raiders intend to deliver wide receiver Tyrell Williams toward the beginning of the new group year in March. Williams missed the whole 2020 season on account of a torn labrum, yet ought to be sound in 2-3 weeks, as per Pelissero. Ian Rapoport reports that $11.5 million in compensation will fall under the table for the Raiders.
Williams marked a four-year, $44.3 million arrangement with the Raiders heading into the 2019 season, and he promptly stepped in as one of Derek Carr’s top targets. In 14 games played, Williams got 42 passes for 651 yards and six scores.
In spite of a bothering foot injury, he drove all Raiders wide beneficiaries in yards and drove the group in accepting scores. Coming into 2020, Williams should be one of the heads of this new-look wide accepting corps, yet he tore his labrum and had to miss the whole season.
The Western Oregon item went undrafted in 2015, however got an opportunity with the Los Angeles Chargers and moved gradually up from training crew to starter. His best season returned 2016, when Williams got 69 passes for 1,059 yards and seven scores.
With Williams now solid, he ought to get revenue on the open market. He is set to turn 29 this week, and has alluring size at 6-foot-4. While wounds have wrecked his vocation lately, Williams has flaunted the capacity to make dangerous plays and discover the end zone.