Swinney updates offensive lineman's status

Swinney updates offensive lineman's status


Swinney updates offensive lineman's status


Clemson coach Dabo Swinney updated the status of one of the Tigers’ offensive lineman following the Tigers’ first camp scrimmage today.

John Williams left Friday’s practice early and watched the rest of the periods open to the media for viewing from a medical tent with ice on his left knee, but Swinney said it’s not a serious issue. Swinney said Williams had a cyst that required some medical attention but that he should be fine going forward.

A redshirt sophomore, Williams has played just seven snaps over two games for the Tigers so far after missing all of last season with an injury. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder is among a handful of candidates vying for playing time at the guard spots.



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