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Chargers Mike Williams refutes reports about season-ending back surgery

24 Juillet 2017

Chargers rookie wide receiver Mike Williams stated Saturday that he will not need season-ending surgery to fix a herniated disk in his lower back.

"I'm good. Everything's good", Williams said. "I don't know who released it but everything is good".

Wednesday, NFL Media's Mike Garafolo reported that Williams would likely have to begin his 2017 NFL training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list.

"Another source is optimistic that Williams will not need surgery and said Thursday afternoon, 'He's been coming along pretty well'".

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There had been some reports claiming Williams may need to undergo season-ending surgery for the injury he suffered during rookie minicamp, but the first-round pick in this year's draft made sure everyone knew the reports were false.

Earlier this week, reports came out saying that Williams' injury appeared to be more serious than expected, and that the Clemson product might miss the 2017 National Football League season should he undergo back surgery. He was expected to make an instant impact in the team's offense and pair with the talented but oft-injured Keenan Allen at wideout.

Williams denied those reports on Saturday.

Chargers Mike Williams refutes reports about season-ending back surgery