Trevor Williams had a remarkable start to his NFL career before hitting some injury issues the past two seasons.

The Penn State product who went undrafted after a strong career in Happy Valley quickly carved out a role for himself in the NFL. As a rookie in 2016, Williams appeared in 12 games for the Chargers and started in five. From 2016-18, Williams started 27 games for the team.

Unfortunately, injuries limited Williams to nine total games in 2018 before more injuries limited him to two appearances with the Phoenix Cardinals this season. After landing on IR, he finished the year without a team.

Now, Williams is on the move with the Philadelphia Eagles signing him to a Reserve/Future contract on Friday:

In four NFL seasons, Williams has three interceptions and 110 total tackles. He finished his Penn State career with 84 total tackles, 4.5 for loss, and five interceptions from 2012-15.

Hopefully, Williams is able to put his injury problems in the past.