Panthers offensive tackle Daryl Williams was limited at OTAs as he continues to recover from a 2018 knee injury according to Bill Voth of panthers.com.
He hopes to get complete medical clearance before the start of training camp in late July. Williams was limited to one game last season because of a torn MCL and dislocated patella in his right knee. Still dealing with the injury when free agency rolled around, Williams was forced to take a one-year, $7 million offer to return to Carolina.
Originally a fourth-round pick out of Oklahoma in 2015, Williams was considered one of the best right tackles in the league before the injury. The 26-year-old is expected to move to left guard for the 2019 season but that plan could change if second-round rookie Greg Little is not ready to start at left tackle.