Williams (shin) will miss the regular-season finale against Seattle on Sunday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Williams did not practice at all this week, so his inability to suit up Sunday is not surprising. The cornerback has played in only eight contests in 2020, registering a season-high 70 percent snap count last week versus Arizona. In that contest, he made an impact with six tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.
Williams (ankle) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Williams was able to practice in full Friday, and he'll make his return to the lineup for the first time since Week 9. Despite Jason Verrett (illness) being a surprise scratch for the contest, Williams and Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring) will return to bolster the depth in the secondary. It's unclear what sort of role Williams will have in the defense Sunday, especially considering he'll be making his return after a lengthy absence.
Williams (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys. Williams hit a major milestone in his recovery from a high-ankle sprain by practicing without limitations Friday. He may return to the lineup for the first time since Week 9. His role is to be determined, however, as Richard Sherman and Jason Verrett are locked into starting roles, while Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring) is also considered questionable.
Williams (ankle) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice. Williams has yet to take the field since Week 9's loss to the Packers when he suffered a high-ankle sprain. The Pittsburgh product originally was given a six- to eight-week timetable for a return, so he appears to be trending in the right direction to return this season. Williams will have a shot to play in Sunday's game against Washington, but either Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring) or Ahkello Witherspoon is expected to handle the team's starting nickel corner position for the game.
Williams (ankle) had his two-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances rescinded due to issues in the testing procedures, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The suspension was announced Tuesday, but he'll instead be available for Sunday's matchup with the Rams, though he hasn't practiced recently. Williams received a 4-to-6 week recovery timeline after suffering a high-ankle sprain in early November against the Packers, so he could be sidelined for another week or two.
|* indicates player did not play that week|