Source: Javonte Williams not expected to miss much time

CHICAGO -- As if the Denver Broncos didn't have enough problems, running back Javonte Williams suffered a hip injury and was ruled out for the second half of Sunday's 31-28 comeback victory against the Chicago Bears.

Williams, who did not play in the second half, suffered a hip flexor injury and is not expected to miss much -- if any -- time, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Williams is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday in Denver.

He finished the game with two carries for zero yards. The Broncos trailed 21-7 at halftime but outscored Chicago 17-0 in the fourth quarter for the team's first victory of the season.

Williams, whose return from last season's knee injury had been one of the bright spots of training camp, came into the day as the Broncos' leading rusher, with 138 yards on 36 carries. He suffered multiple ligament tears and other damage in his knee in Week 4 last season, but he had worked his way back to being the Broncos' primary back.

The Broncos have been dealing with a rash of hip injuries, with linebackers Josey Jewell and Frank Clark and safety Justin Simmons all inactive for Sunday's game with hip issues.

Samaje Perine and rookie Jaleel McLaughlin split running back duties after Williams left the game.