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This Week Outlook
49ers offensive tackle Trent Williams (elbow) did not practice Wednesday for the 49ers.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan is hopeful Williams will be ready for their NFC wildcard matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. He will be a key to the 49ers run blocking and ability to protect quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo against an opportunistic Cowboys defense. We will monitor this situation as the week progresses.
49ers star tackle Trent Williams is inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams.
This is a major development out of California. Williams has been one of the best linemen in the NFL this season, and his absence does not bode well for Jimmy Garoppolo (thumb) and the 49ers, who likely need a win to make the playoffs.
Trent Williams (ankle) will continue to be monitored by the training staff this week after he made his return in week 8.
Williams had an up and down start to the game but looked good as he settled against an aggressive Bears front. Williams' presence is going to be needed against another strong pass rushing squad in the Cardinals.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting 49ers LT Trent Williams (knee) is expected to play in Week 8.
Williams, who has not played since suffering a knee injury in Week 5's loss to the Cardinals, is expected to return to the field for Sunday's matchup with the Bears. The 49ers have missed their bookend left tackle after Jimmy Garoppolo felt immense pressure in Week 7's loss to the Colts with Williams sidelined. Garoppolo was sacked twice and threw two picks in that primetime loss.
Per Field Yates, Trent Williams is questionable to return with cramps. He was carted off the field.
With Williams questionable to return after getting carted off, the 49ers will have to face the pressure of the Seahawks without their All-Pro LT.