Chargers Part Ways with Wide Receiver Mike Williams After Seven Seasons

Mike Williams released by Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers have made adjustments to their roster, ensuring compliance with the salary cap ahead of the NFL’s new league year. Following reports from NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero, the team has confirmed the release of wide receiver Mike Williams. Williams, who has been with the Chargers for seven seasons, was set to count $32.46 million against the cap in 2024, the final year of his contract. By releasing him, the Chargers save $20 million on their salary cap. Although the team is interested in bringing Williams back, he is expected to explore other opportunities in the market. Known for his field-stretching abilities, Williams has faced injury setbacks, missing a significant number of games in recent seasons.

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Despite this, he remains a sought-after talent due to his knack for big plays. Given his recent injury, Williams may receive offers with incentive-based contracts in the upcoming free agency period. With his skill set, he’s likely to draw interest from teams looking to add explosiveness to their offenses.

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