KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs extend running back Damien Williams contract for two years. The extension can earn Williams a maximum of $8.1 Million.
Williams came into the season as the third-string running back until Kareem Hunt's release and Spencer Ware's absence due to injury. Williams made the most of his playing time the past two weeks, totaling 263 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns.
As of Thursday, no word on whether Williams or Ware (returning from injury) will start Sunday against the Raiders.
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