Injury Update on Lions 1st-Round Pick

He's been out all season.

Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell said wide receiver Jameson Williams will miss ''at least probably another month.''

Campbell said there is still hope Williams can play this year. The 12th overall pick is recovering from the torn ACL he suffered in January. 
The Detroit Lions are currently 1-5 on the season. A few more losses over the next month will eliminate the club from playoff contention. At that point, the only reason to bring Williams back would be to get him some reps against NFL defenders in another lost season. 

The rookie first-round pick still hasn't resumed practicing, and it looks as though the earliest possible timetable for his NFL debut is late November or December. 

The Lions could also have wide receiver DJ Chark back from the IR by the same time as Williams, which would put the team's starting receiver trio alongside Amon-Ra St. Brown at full health.
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