REGINA -- Rey Williams' season is over.
Wednesday, Roughriders head coach Corey Chamblin announced that the linebacker suffered a torn ACL, ending his 2013 campaign after just 10 games.
The team then relayed the announcement via their official Twitter account.
#Riders HC Corey Chamblin reports that LB Renauld Williams has a torn ACL and is out for the season.— Sask. Roughriders (@sskroughriders) September 11, 2013
Williams re-joined the Roughriders in March after a two-year stint with Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The Riders had lofty expectations for the 32-year-old, and up until today's news, he managed to live up to them.
Through 11 weeks of action, Williams leads the Riders in tackles with 42, as well as sacks with 7.
The six-year veteran has also registered one interception, which he returned 19 yards for a touchdown, and one fumble recovery.
More to come...