Originally written on NFL Injury Report  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Stephen Williams suffered a concussion on his second play from scrimmage during Thursday’s preseason finale against the Oakland Raiders, according to Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times. Williams has been impressive this preseason and looks like he will make the Seahawks final 53-man roster. The severity of the concussion is currently unknown, but Williams was seen on the sidelines following the injury so it doesn’t appear to be too serious. There is currently no timetable for his return, though he will be subjected to the NFL’s concussion guidelines. Williams spent time with the Arizona Cardinals prior to his arrival in Seattle. He has been steadily touted for his ability to get deep and create separation in practice and the preseason, though he has been unable to duplicate this success during the regular season to date. This eventually led to his release from Arizona. Now with the Seattle Seahawks, Williams has again displayed his playmaking prowess throughout the preseason. He appears to have done enough to solidify a spot with the Seahawks this year, particularly following the injury to recently acquired superstar receiver Percy Harvin. If Williams can continue to build a rapport between himself and Russell Wilson, then Seattle could field some interesting offensive packages in 2013. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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