It is being reported that Jaguars wide receiver Reggie Williams has a mild knee sprain and may start training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list. Williams joins Jerry Porter, who had surgery on his hamstring last week.
Williams, the former first-round pick from the University of Washington, followed up three disappointing seasons with a breakout 2007, when he secured himself as a red zone threat by setting a franchise record with 10 touchdowns.
It is likely that with both Porter and Williams down, Dennis Northcutt and Troy Williamson will line up as the Jaguars number one and two receivers.
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