COSTA MESA, Calif. — Out since May with a lower back disc herniation, Los Angeles Chargers rookie receiver Mike Williams was taken off the physically unable to perform list and placed on the active roster to start the regular season. According to Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn, Williams has been making steady progress in his rehab during training camp, and the team remained hopeful that the Clemson product would be ready for the regular season. “He has a chance to continue to get better and play that fourth, fifth week,” Lynn told reporters when asked whether Williams would begin the regular season on the PUP list or the active roster. “And if we put him down, we might not see him until midway through the season. That’s the decision we’re going to have to make.” The Chargers took a cautious approach to Williams’ injury throughout the process in order to make sure he didn’t suffer any setbacks, but appear to feel confident enough that he can get in…

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