Chargers WR Mike Williams is questionable vs. Jaguars

When the Jacksonville Jaguars traveled to play the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 3, the latter was without star receiver Keenan Allen due to a hamstring injury. In the postseason rematch, the Chargers may be without their other star wide receiver.

On Thursday, Los Angeles listed Mike Williams as questionable for a Wild Card matchup against the Jaguars.

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Williams, 28, suffered a back contusion during the Chargers’ Week 18 loss to the Denver Broncos. The team’s decision to list him as questionable comes after the receiver missed all three practices this week. Chargers coach Brandon Staley says Williams will be a game-time decision.

When the Jaguars played the Chargers in September, Williams finished with just one reception, but it was a 15-yard touchdown. That was the only touchdown scored by Los Angeles in a 38-10 loss.

For Jacksonville, five players are listed as questionable, including quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

It’d be a surprise if any Jaguars players sat out Saturday due to injury, though. Lawrence has been questionable for six consecutive games now after suffering a toe sprain in Week 13.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire