Rams RB Kyren Williams (foot) missing OTAs

Though his coach insisted there was “nothing to worry about,” Los Angeles Rams running back Kyren Williams will miss voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) with a foot issue.

Coach Sean McVay said Williams will return in time for training camp.

“He’ll be ready to go for training camp, but there’s a little issue when he was training,” McVay told reporters “And (I’ll) kind of just leave it at that. But nothing to be concerned about.”

Williams broke his foot during 2022 OTAs and missed seven weeks near the beginning of his rookie campaign. Then, he missed four games in the middle of last season with an ankle injury and also sat out Week 18 when many starters rested.

That didn’t stop him from ranking third in the NFL in rushing, as Williams put up 1,144 yards and 12 touchdowns on 228 attempts despite playing just 12 games (11 starts).

Williams, 23, figures to be the Rams’ No. 1 running back again in 2024, though the team drafted Michigan’s Blake Corum in the third round.

“(Williams) is doing an excellent job physically, feeling really good,” McVay said. “He’ll be ready to roll and be a consistent producer for us this year.”