Tyrell Williams’ stretch with the Raiders has all the earmarks of being over after only two years.
Las Vegas intends to deliver Williams toward the beginning of the new group year in March, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero announced.
Williams didn’t play in 2020 because of a shoulder injury that necessary medical procedure, and he’ll proceed onward from the Raiders having only one mission added to his repertoire in Silver and Black. That long term was a decent one for him, as he got 42 passes for 651 yards and six scores in a Raiders offense that painfully required another collector to go close by him.
He seemed to get that help with the 2020 draft and Las Vegas’ first-round pick of Henry Ruggs III, yet the matching never appeared because of Williams’ physical issue.
With the compensation cap expected to land in the scope of $175-$185 million for 2021 – well underneath the number foreseen before the COVID-19 pandemic, back when the Raiders originally marked Williams – groups ought to be relied upon to deliver a sound measure of veterans with contracts like Williams’. He presently represents the fifth-most noteworthy cap number on the Raiders’ program in 2021 at $11.6 million, and Las Vegas can save everything except $1 million of that number by delivering him.
Still just 28 – he turns 29 on Friday – and falling off a year of rest, Williams ought to have something to bring to the table to a group searching for a No. 2 collector. With the lower cap considered, it’s improbable he’ll get it near what he arrived with the Raiders, however it’s reasonable for expect Williams will arrive on his feet somewhere else this offseason.
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