How much does Mike Williams make?

How much does Mike Williams make?

Current Contract Mike Williams signed a 4 year, $19,749,928 contract with the Los Angeles Chargers, including a $12,503,584 signing bonus, $19,749,928 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $4,937,482.

Is Michael Williams NFL alive?

Michael Williams (born September 8, 1990) is a former American football tight end who is currently the head football coach at Reform (Ala.) Pickens County High School….Michael Williams (tight end)

Personal information
College: Alabama
NFL Draft: 2013 / Round: 7 / Pick: 211
Career history
Detroit Lions (2013–2014) New England Patriots (2015–2016)

Where did Mike Williams go to college?

Clemson University
Mike Williams/College

Who does Mike Williams play for in the NFL?

Los Angeles Chargers#81 / Wide receiver
Mike Williams/Current teams

What happened to Mike Williams USC?

Mike Williams is just getting off a practice field in early June, still settling in as head coach of the Van Nuys High School football team in suburban Los Angeles and preparing for his first season, but he’s high on his new team. “It’s the best group I’ve coached overall,” Williams says.

How long is Mike Williams?

Chargers WR Mike Williams to miss 2-4 weeks with shoulder injury.

Is Mike Williams injured?

Wide receiver Mike Williams has been dealing with a hip flexor injury and is expected to miss the two joint practices. Offensive tackle Rashawn Slater did not practice today due to some tightness in his lower back, but the plan is for him to be ready for later this week.

How tall is Mike Williams Chargers?

1.93 m
Mike Williams/Height

What happened to Mike Williams from USC?

Has Mike Williams made a Pro Bowl?

Williams, the seventh overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, never has been a Pro Bowl choice. He has one 1,000-yard season and another 10-touchdown season and is one of the league’s best at going over defensive backs to win 50/50 balls. Allen had four 100-yard games in 2020 alone.

Why was Mike Williams a bust?

Legacy. Notwithstanding that Williams was a four-season starter, some commentators consider him to be a “draft bust” due to his high draft pick and relative lack of long-term success. The Sporting News named Williams as the No. 4 biggest NFL draft bust from 1989 to 2008.

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