On April 25, 2000, Javonte Williams, a running back with the Denver Broncos of the National Football League, was born. He played collegiate football for North Carolina, and the Denver Broncos selected him in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Williams attended Wallace-Rose Hill High School in Teachey, North Carolina. As a senior, he ran for 2,271 yards and 27 touchdowns. His commission was accepted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which made him his lone FBS offer.
In his school, he won the valedictorian prize. Williams was taken by the Denver Broncos in the second round, 35th overall, of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Williams and Denver reached a four-year rookie contract on July 23, 2021. In the Broncos’ Week 1 victory over the New York Giants, Williams made his NFL debut, gaining 45 yards on 14 carries.
In Week 3, Williams scored his first career rushing touchdown against the New York Jets, helping the Broncos to a 26-0 victory.
The worst worries of the Denver Broncos came to a realization. Williams’ season was over after four games due to an ACL tear, according to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero’s report on Monday.
How Good Is Javonte Williams?
Denver Broncos RB Javonte Williams, one of the top young running backs in the NFL and fantasy football, is expected to be one of the most fascinating options this year.
Williams amassed 161.9 fantasy points in 2021 while rushing for 903 yards and four touchdowns.
What Happened To Javonte Williams?
Williams’ season was over after four games due to an ACL tear, according to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero’s report on Monday.
Along with an ACL rupture, the running back also suffered LCL and posterolateral corner (PLC) tears, according to sources cited by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.