What’s next for Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lions?

What’s the next step for Ndershorouk Williams?

He might be back in Detroit, but the Detroit Lion is still searching for answers on how he’s going to return to the field after having surgery last offseason.

Williams, who underwent knee surgery in December, suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee in the final preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

He was able to play in the first preseason game and made a number of plays.

However, the Lions have yet to name a starting quarterback or an outside rusher after missing out on former Clemson standout Mike Gillislee.

In the meantime, Williams could have a busy week.

Williams was scheduled to start the final three games of the regular season on Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings.

He’ll play in all three games against the Green Bay Packers, the New York Jets and the New England Patriots, per Fox Sports.

Williams is currently the longest-tenured Lion on the roster.

He’s had seven starts with the team and has started all but one game since the 2015 season.

Williams has played in three straight games and is one of the most consistent players on the Lions roster.

The Lions will open training camp on July 1.