CSN Bay Area "As expected, Washington left tackle Trent Williams was not in pads at the start of Wednesday’s practice. Instead, the two-time Pro Bowler, who suffered an sprained right knee and ankle in Sunday’s loss to the Buccaneers, was dressed in a sweatsuit as he watched from the sidelines." November 20
Trent Williams "is pretty sore. Could be a long road for him..." Jay Gruden says. Tough guy but LT seems doubtful for Sunday vs. 49ers.
Washington Post "Whenever he encounters struggles or falls short in an assignment, Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams takes a simple approach. “Just wipe it out,” he reminds himself and then moves onto the next play. As his downtrodden Redskins put the finishing touches on their game plan for the..." November 30
Washington Post "Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams has been accused of using a racial slur at an official during Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to the head of the group formed to promote diversity in hiring in the NFL. Williams denied using such a slur. John Wooten,..." November 22
CBSSports.com "Following Sunday's loss to the Eagles, Redskins left tackle Trent Williams said during the game that umpire Roy Ellison called him a "garbage ass" and "disrespectful mother[expletive]." "When you have a ref come up to while you're at the line, about to run a play and call you [those names], to..." November 18
ESPN.com "Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams said umpire Roy Ellison cussed him out during a drive late in the first half Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, an accusation teammates backed. Williams said Ellison walked by him after a play and called him a "garbage-ass, disrespectful..." November 18
Pro Football Talk "Redskins tackle Trent Williams was frustrated after Sunday’s loss to the Eagles, but not just because of the loss to the Eagles. Williams accused umpire Roy Ellison of cursing at him and making disparaging remarks to him during the game. “When you have a ref come up to while you’re at the..." November 18