Jets rookie defensive tackle Quinnen Williams is sitting out Thursday's voluntary organized team activities due to a calf injury.
Williams, whom the Jets drafted third overall in the NFL draft last month, is being held out due to precautionary reasons.
The 21-year-old Williams participated at OTAs last week even though he has yet to officially sign his rookie contract. He is expected to be offered a four-year deal worth approximately $32.4 million, according to AL.com's Mark Inabinett.
Williams played in all of Alabama's 15 games last season, recording 19.5 sacks and 71 total tackles.
Following the NFL combine, Williams underwent surgery for a finger injury he sustained during the season.