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Tagged: Jamaal Williams (56 Results)


Lions to carry on without RB Johnson

The Detroit Lions informed running back KERRYON JOHNSON yesterday that he will be waived today. Johnson, 23, was the team’s second-round draft pick in 2018. He struggled with injuries in hisMore first two seasons, before settling into a third-down role in 2020. D’ANDRE SWIFT will start for the Lions this season, with new addition JAMAAL WILLIAMS set to handle the backup role. The Lions also drafted rookie running back JERMAR JEFFERSON in the seventh-round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Around the NFL: No. 2 running backs

I wonder if the Packers have any misgivings about the contract they just gave Aaron Jones. Great back and important to get him back, but the running back market hasn't really developed. Seems they could have potentially let him test the market and then brought him back at a lower price. Most of the free agent signings have been No. 2 types.   more »


Around the NFL: Aaron Jones

In a mild surprise, to me at least, the Packers signed Aaron Jones yesterday to a four-year, $48 million contract. It's surprising only in that Green Bay protect Jones from leaving with the franchise tag, making it seem he'd reach the open market. It's not surprising in terms of what Jones has earned over the past few seasons.   more »



Green Bay RB Williams hoping to remain with Packers

Green Bay Packers running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS said this week that he would love “to be a Packer all my life”. With his existing contract set to expire, however, Williams addedMore that he is prepared to head into free agency if the Packers do not offer a new deal. Green Bay is currently strapped by the salary cap and may let Williams test the open market before making a real push to bring him back. The Packers also selected A.J. DILLON in the second round of last year’s draft as a possible replacement should Williams or fellow running back AARON JONES leave in free agency. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Packers running backs

Couple of recent stories on Green Bay free agent running back Aaron Jones. One (which I question) indicates he could command up to $15 million per season; that sounds high. Another that Miami could be one of the interested teams. Whatever the case, it seems likely that some team will offer him more than the Packers, and he'll be gone.   more »



Rodgers, Adams, Dillon lead Packers rout of Titans

Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS threw 4 touchdown passes in Sunday night’s surprising rout of the Tennessee Titans. Three of Rodgers’ touchdowns went to star wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS, who nowMore has 17 for the season. With running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS inactive, rookie AJ DILLON took advantage of his extended playing time alongside AARON JONES with 21 carries for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns. The game marked the 11th time the Packers have reached 30 points, the most this season for any team in the NFL. Less

Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette


Packers RB Williams activated from COVID-19 reserve list

Green Bay running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS was activated from the NFL’s COVID-19 reserve list and was able to practice with the team on Monday. Williams missed Thursday night’s win over the San Francisco 49ers but he should be available for this Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Source: Team Blog


Packers RB Jones officially questionable for TNF

The Green Bay Packers have officially listed running back AARON JONES as questionable for tonight’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Jones continues to work his way back from a calfMore injury. There has been extra attention on Jones’ availability this week after fellow running backs AJ DILLON and JAMAAL WILLIAMS were placed on the COVID-19 reserve list earlier this week. Less

Source: Team Website


Packers RB Jones to be game-time decision

Green Bay running back AARON JONES was limited at Tuesday’s practice and, according to head coach Matt LaFleur, will be a game time decision for Thursday Night Football. Jones has missedMore the past two games and all of last week’s practices due to a calf injury. With fellow running backs AJ DILLON and JAMAAL WILLIAMS both on the COVID-19 reserve list, the Packers are hoping for the best with Jones. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Green Bay backfield

Yesterday I was asked about the running back situation in Green Bay. Aaron Jones will start, but the No. 2 could be either second-rounder A.J. Dillon or veteran Jamaal Williams. Both Jones and Williams are in the final year of their rookie contract, so Dillon might be the only one on the roster a year from now.   more »


Factoid: Pass-catching RBs

The 49ers did a remarkably good job of shutting down Dalvin Cook last week, especially in the passing game. He caught 6 passes, but they resulted in only 8 yards. That kind of a ratio is rare.  more »



Packers RB Williams hospitalized after injury

Green Bay Packers running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS was taken off the field on a gurney after taking a hard hit during the first quarter of Thursday night’s game against the PhiladelphiaMore Eagles. Williams was taken via ambulance to a local hospital, where he was being evaluated for head and neck injuries. The Packers announced that Williams had movement and feeling in all his extremities. Less



Packers RB Jones dealing with sore hammy

Green Bay running back AARON JONES missed practice on Wednesday with what the team is describing as hamstring tightness. Jones missed almost two weeks of practice during last year’s training campMore due to hamstring issues, so the team is likely to proceed with caution heading into this season. Fellow running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS has also missed the last four practices with a hamstring injury of his own. Less

Source: Team Blog


Slimmed down RB Jones ready to lead Packers backfield

Green Bay running back AARON JONES has slimmed down and could be even quicker as he prepares to lead the Packers backfield in 2019. Jones appears headed for the bulk ofMore the looks from the Packers backfield, while fellow running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS is facing competition from rookie sixth-round pick DEXTER WILLIAMS. Less

Source: Fox Sports Wisconsin


Rodgers, Williams take flight vs. Jets

The Green Bay Packers will not make the playoffs this season but quarterback AARON RODGERS knew that his fantasy owners still needed him. Rodgers finished Sunday’s game against the New YorkMore Jets with 2 rushing touchdowns and 2 passing touchdowns. Running back JAMAAL WILLIAMS filled in nicely for injured AARON JONES, topping 150 total yards with a rushing touchdown of his own. Less

Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette

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