The Cleveland Browns are not happy with cornerbacker K’Waun Williams, when Williams did nothing wrong. According to his agent Evan Krakower, the nickel cornerback will require surgery on his ankle. The former University of Pittsburgh cornerback will appeal his suspension from the Browns, according to Cleveland.com.
Browns cornerback K’Waun Williams was told by an independent specialist at the Cleveland Clinic Wednesday that he needs surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle “in order for him to perform as a professional athlete,” his agent told cleveland.com.
As a result, Williams will appeal his two-game suspension and one game-check fine by the Browns through the NFLPA his agent Evan Krakower said. The fine amounts to $35,292 — or 1/17th of his $600,000 salary. Krakower described the sanctions as “excessive” and “unwarranted.”