Redskins placed OG Mike Williams (blood clots) on the reserve/non-football illness list.
Updating a previous item, Redskins OG Mike Williams (blood clots) acknowledges that he won't play in 2010 but insists his NFL career is not over.
Mike Williams, slated to compete for the Redskins' starting right guard job, is expected to miss the upcoming season because of blood clots near his heart.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan believes that Mike Williams "has a promising future in the league" as a right guard.
Redskins re-signed OL Mike Williams to a multi-year deal.
Redskins placed RG Mike Williams (foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Redskins RG Mike Williams suffered tore a muscle in his right foot during Sunday night's loss to the Cowboys and is out for Week 17.
Redskins RG Mike Williams was lifted from Sunday night's game with a toe injury and will not return.
In his first start since 2005, Mike Williams is getting the nod over Chad Rinehart at right guard for the Redskins Sunday.
Beat writer Jason Reid considers former first-round rehab project Mike Williams a "lock" to make the Redskins' final roster.
Beat writer Jason Reid says it has been "painful to watch" OT Mike Williams in pass protection during training camp.
Redskins OT Mike Williams is down to 342 pounds after beginning the year at about 450.
Redskins OT Mike Williams has now lost nearly 100 pounds and is at 354.
Redskins reclamation project Mike Williams now weighs 385 pounds, down from the 404 a month ago.