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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Gets All-Pro nod for career year

    Williams finished the 2023 season with 2.0 sacks among his 139 tackles (95 solo), as well as 10 passes defensed, including one interception. Williams was named a first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press, as he was among the league's top performers at linebacker. After exceeding 100 tackles in each of the previous two seasons, Williams set a career high in that category, and his 10 passes defensed were three more than Williams had in 49 NFL appearances entering 2023. Williams will be back with the Jets in 2024, having signed a three-year contract prior to the 2023 campaign.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Raises season total to 131 tackles

    Williams recorded seven tackles (five solo) and forced a fumble in Thursday's 37-20 loss to the Browns. Williams notched his second forced fumble of the season while pushing his tackle total up to 131 (91 solo). The 27-year-old linebacker's strong 2023 season has also included 10 passes defensed and an interception, as Williams has grown into a three-down role after working exclusively as an early-down run stopper in previous seasons.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Will play vs. Falcons

    Williams (knee) does not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Falcons, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Despite being limited at practice Thursday, Williams will be available for the Jets in Week 13. He figures to be a great IDP play come Sunday, as Atlanta has run the ball on 49 percent of its offensive snaps so far this season, more often than all but two other teams.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Practices in full Wednesday

    Williams (knee) was a full participant at practice Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Williams was listed as limited on the Jets' practice estimate Tuesday, but he was able to upgrade to full participation Wednesday. He should start at linebacker Friday versus the Dolphins.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Limited in Wednesday walkthrough

    Williams (knee) was listed as a limited participant in the Jets' practice walkthrough Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Williams played almost every one of the Jets' defensive snaps in Monday's loss to the Chargers, but he appears to have come away with a knee issue. New York held a walkthrough Wednesday, so Williams' limited status is simply an estimation, and a better idea of his status for Sunday's game in Las Vegas should emerge over the next two days.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Tallies 13 stops in Week 4

    Williams registered 13 tackles (10 solo), including two for loss, and added two defensed passes Sunday in a loss to the Chiefs. Williams was one of the keys to slowing down Kansas City's vaunted offense, as he led the Jets with a season-high 13 tackles. The fifth-year pro also recorded two pass defenses, and he leads all NFL linebackers in that category with four on the campaign. Williams is thriving in his third year with the Jets -- with 39 tackles through four weeks, he's on pace to easily surpass the career-best mark of 110 he established in 2021.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Good to go

    Williams (knee) is absent from the Jets' final injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Patriots. After logging limited practice sessions to start the week, Williams was a full participant Friday. He appears to have shaken off the leg injury that he sustained in Week 2. Look for him to take on his usual role at outside linebacker assuming he avoids any setbacks.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Records 10 tackles again

    Williams registered 10 tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 23-6 loss to the Seahawks. Williams has now reached double-digit stops in consecutive outings, as he paced both clubs with 10 stops in the Week 17 loss to Seattle. The 26-year-old is in line to continue playing heavy snaps next Sunday against Miami.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Ten tackles against former team

    Williams had 10 tackles (six solo) -- including one tackle for loss -- in Thursday's 19-3 loss to the Jaguars. Williams posted his second double-digit tackle total of the season. He needs 24 tackles over the Jets' last two games to tie last season's career high of 110, so the former third-round draft pick of the Jaguars appears likely to fall just shy of that total.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Good to go Week 12

    Williams (ankle) was a full participant in practice Friday and does not carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Bears, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Williams exited with an ankle injury during Sunday's loss to the Patriots, causing him to play a season-low 68 percent of his team's defensive snaps Week 11. The linebacker then participated in a limited fashion during practice Wednesday and Thursday before logging a full session Friday. As a result, expect Williams, who has accumulated 55 tackles and two sacks over eight games this season, to reprise a starting role against Chicago in Week 12.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Racks up 14 tackles in win

    Williams had 14 tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Packers. Williams was noticeable all night, flying from sideline to sideline to chase down runs and short passes. He notched his first double-digit tackle total of 2022 in the Week 6 win after posting four such games last season.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Officially ruled out

    Williams (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Williams continues to deal with a sprained ankle and will be held out for a second consecutive game. Marcell Harris should see increased playing time once again Sunday.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Unavailable for Week 4

    Williams (ankle) has been ruled out for the Jets' Week 4 contest against the Steelers, Connor Hughes of SNY.tv reports. As expected, Williams will be a no-go this weekend as he nurses the high-ankle sprain that he suffered in Week 3. The linebacker is considered week-to-week by head coach Robert Saleh. Marcell Harris and Jamien Sherwood will play larger roles in Williams' absence.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Tests reveal sprain

    Williams (ankle) appears to have an ankle sprain, as X-rays on the injury he suffered in Week 3 against the Bengals came back negative, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. The Jets feared a broken ankle, so this is positive news, even if Williams will still likely miss a few weeks as a result of the sprained ankle. He'll most likely be absent when the Jets begin practicing ahead of their Week 4 trip to Pittsburgh.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Gets third career sack

    Williams had six tackles, all solo, and a sack in Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Ravens. Williams finished second on the team behind C.J. Mosley in tackles, as it was a busy afternoon for New York's linebackers. The sack was only the third of Williams' career, as he had two with the Jets last season after going 18 games without one for Jacksonville to begin his career.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Closing in on milestone

    Williams totaled 11 tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Dolphins. Williams is closing in on the 100-tackle mark this season. He needs six tackles to get there in Week 16, and Williams will have some extra motivation to do so against the Jaguars team that selected the linebacker in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft but subsequently waived him in August of this year.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Tallies eight stops

    Williams recorded eight tackles and one pass defended in Sundays' 30-9 loss to the Saints. Williams continued to serve a significant role for the Jets defense, remaining on the field for 91 percent of snaps. He has now racked up at least seven stops in each of his last four games, including two double-digit tackle efforts. Williams has 83 total tackles on the season, good for second on the team behind only C.J. Mosley.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Full practice Friday

    Williams (calf) was able to be a full participant at practice Friday. The linebacker came into the week a little banged up with a calf injury he sustained in Week 12 against the Texans, but he has ramped up his activity at practice each day and appears to be on track to play Sunday versus the Eagles. Williams has racked up 62 tackles on the season, with 22 of those coming over the last two contests.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Not expected to miss time

    Coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Williams (calf) is expected to be a full go this week, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. Williams suffered the calf injury Sunday against the Texans, but it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. The 25-year-old's participation at practice later in the week should provide a better idea of his availability heading into Week 13.
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  • Jets' Quincy Williams: Picks up calf injury

    Williams (calf) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Texans, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. Williams was having a good game for the Jets as he had four tackles (one solo) and a sack before departing. Jarrad Davis should take over for him while he gets checked out.
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