Former Alabama and current Detroit Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams could miss the remainder of the preseason with a hamstring injury, according to Lions head coach Dan Campbell.

"There's a good chance it probably could go through the preseason," said Campbell.

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Williams will serve a six-game suspension this year for violating the NFL's gambling policy which means there's a possibility he won't see the field again until Oct. 22 when the Lions travel to Baltimore.

Williams is heading into his second year with Detroit. In 2022, he appeared in six games and caught one reception for 41 yards and a touchdown.

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