The Washington Huskies have likely lost wide receiver Kasen Williams for the rest of the regular season, as he will undergo surgery on Tuesday for a lower leg fracture and foot injury. According to an AP report, Williams’ return date is unknown at this point:
Washington coach Steve Sarkisian said Monday that Williams was scheduled for an MRI later in the day but a timeline on how long Williams will be out won’t be known until after the surgery.
Williams was injured in the first half of Saturday’s 41-17 win over California. Williams attempted to adjust to an underthrown pass and had his left leg pinned underneath the defensive back as he came down.
Williams has caught 29 passes for 421 yards and a touchdown this season.
The Huskies finally broke their three game losing streak on Saturday with a pounding of California, and now get the week off before hosting Colorado in a few weeks. It’s never good to lose a wide receiver with playmaker potential, but Washington still has enough weap...