Jameson Williams

WR, Detroit Lions

Height 6'2" Weight 189
DOB 2001-03-26 Age 21.3
College Alabama

2022 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 173 · WR # 75 (Tier 9)
ADP (12-team PPR): 14.08, 215th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 8
73K.J. Osborn, MIN725.29.3
Tier 9
74Kendrick Bourne, NE1027.09.7
75Jameson Williams, DET621.314.08
76Van Jefferson, LAR726.014.079.8
77Parris Campbell, IND1425.05.4
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Jameson Williams Will Miss Week 1

    Detroit Lions rookie first-round wide receiver Jameson Williams (knee) will miss Week 1 of the regular season. The Lions aren't putting a public timetable on Williams' return. 'We're going to be very smart with him," general manager Brad Holmes said. "He's in a good place right now." The 21-year-old tore his ACL last December in college, and he won't be ready for the start of the regular season. There's also a chance he'll miss up to the first four games of the season if he remains on the Non-Football Injury list to open Week 1. Williams will cost a pretty penny in dynasty/keeper leagues, but he'll be nothing more than a late-round flier in redraft formats in 2022. Amon-Ra St. Brown and DJ Chark will be Detroit's top two pass-catchers for much of the year.

    Aug 11 · Source via Lions Jameson Williams
  • Jameson Williams Put On Non-Football Injury List

    Detroit Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams (knee) has been placed on the non-football injury list. The No. 12 overall pick of the 2022 NFL Draft tore his ACL during the national championship game in January, requiring surgery. The organization has acknowledged the challenge of getting the rookie on the field for meaningful work this season, so he likely won't do much for redraft managers, especially since his debut is up in the air currently. However, the Alabama alum is worthy of a spot in dynasty formats for those who can afford to be without him.

    Jul 24 · Source via Lions Jameson Williams
  • Latest On Lions' Jameson Williams Process

    The clubhouse leaders for first-round wide receiver picks during the 2000s, the Lions passed on such investments from 2008-2021. But second-year GM Brad Holmes gave his team a potential impact wideout talent this year, trading up for Jameson Williams at No. 12 overall. This move cost the Lions the Nos. 32 and 34 overall picks, along […]

    Jul 20 · Pro Football Rumors Lions Jameson Williams
  • Jameson Williams Unlikely To Be Ready For Training Camp

    Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell doesn't think rookie first-round wide receiver Jameson Williams (knee) will be ready for the start of training camp at the end of July. "I don't see him being ready for training camp. I'm very hopeful, but I don't see it," Campbell said. Williams is missing extremely valuable repetitions at offseason practices after tearing his ACL in the National Championship game in January, and it will likely take him a while to get up to speed in Detroit's offense in his first NFL season whenever he finally takes the field. Don't be surprised if the 21-year-old doesn't make his NFL debut right away either. Williams has a high ceiling as a pass-catcher, but he could struggle to produce consistently in his rookie season as he recovers from his knee injury.

    Jun 9 · Source via Lions Jameson Williams nfl draft
  • Jameson Williams Not Practicing At Minicamp

    Detroit Lions rookie first-round wide receiver Jameson Williams (knee) is at the team's mandatory minicamp this week but isn't practicing as he recovers from a torn ACL suffered in January. Williams and the Lions are hoping that he can get to work at some point in training camp next month, but it's not a given. The Lions are going to take things extremely slow with the 21-year-old, so it wouldn't be a huge surprise if he wasn't ready to go for the start of the regular season. Williams will be missing valuable repetitions this offseason, and the Lions coaching staff has already expressed some concerns about getting Williams comfortable in the offense right away. Fantasy managers in single-year leagues should temper expectations.

    Jun 8 · Source via Lions Jameson Williams nfl draft
  • Jameson Williams Could Be Ready Early In The Year

    Detroit Lions rookie wide receiver Jameson Williams (knee) thinks he can be ready by training camp in August, which would be an aggressive timetable for a return after he tore his ACL in the National Championship game on Jan. 11. Typically, ACL repair recovery takes nine to 12 months. Week 1 against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 11 would be exactly eight months from the injury. If the first-rounder take part in training camp at all, he could make his NFL debut in the first month of the season. If he misses camp, Lions beat writer Tim Twentyman doesn't think we'll see Williams until late September or early October. The 21-year-old has been making good progress and has a ton of long-term potential, but those in redraft leagues should temper their expectations in Year 1.

    May 20 · Source via Lions Jameson Williams nfl draft
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