Washington Redskins offensive lineman, Mike Williams was ruled out from the 2010 NFL regular season due to blood clot in his lungs. So, Washington Redskins will commence their training camp with out Mike Williams on Thursday.
Mike Williams will miss the 2010 NFL regular season after a blood clot was found in his lungs and doctors advised him that he should not play NFL for a year. The X-rays report tells that a blood clot was formed in his calf.
â€œIt was really a setback for us,â€ Washington Redskins coach, Mike Shanahan said. â€œYouâ€™re just glad that you caught it before it was serious.â€
Washington Redskins believes that Mike Williams would play the complete 2010 season in a right guard. However, Washington Redskins coach, Mike Shanahan is looking to replace Williams. Artis Hicks would start at right guard spot and two-time Pro Bowl lineman, Jammal Brown may start right tackle. Jammal Brown was recruited from New Orleans Saints last month.
Mike Williams was drafted by Buffalo Bills in the 2002 NFL Draft as a 4th overall pick. Later, he was traded to Jacksonville Jaguars on March 14, 2006. Before signing with Washington Redskins, Mike Williams was out for two years. He signed with Washington Redskins on April 24, 2009.
The deal between Washington Redskins and No. 4 overall pick, Trent Williams is also finalized and he will start at left tackle.