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Rams' Williams won't practice until training camp due to 'foot issue'

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Los Angeles Rams running back Kyren Williams won't practice until training camp because of a "foot issue," head coach Sean McVay said Tuesday, according to team writer Stu Jackson.

McVay added that withholding Williams from the team's offseason program is for precautionary reasons and that the ailment is "nothing to worry about," Jackson reports.

Williams missed four games with an ankle injury last season.

Rookie running back Blake Corum, whom the Rams selected in the third round of April's draft, is expected to handle most of the first-team reps while Williams is out. Depth players Zach Evans, Boston Scott, and Ronnie Rivers could also see an uptick in practice snaps.

Williams had a breakout 2023 campaign, leading the league in rushing yards per game (95.3) over 12 appearances. The 23-year-old finished the season with 1,144 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground and 206 yards and three scores through the air.

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