Williams (head) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Williams abstained from participating in the 2018 Pro Bowl due to an undisclosed health issue relating to a growth or tumor on his head. Though at one point the star left tackle appeared to be in danger of missing the 2019 season, Williams now has undergone surgery to have the growth removed and projects to make a full recovery. The 30-year-old could be limited in OTAs, but there doesn't seem to be concern about his availability for training camp.
Williams (undisclosed) did not participate in Sunday's Pro Bowl due to an injury, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Williams has been nominated to the past seven Pro Bowls but he's skipped the last three with injuries. It's not clear what he's specifically dealing with, but there's been nothing to suggest his availability for Washington's offseason workouts are in danger.
Williams (ribs) was cleared of his injury and returned to practice Monday, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Williams stayed in Dallas after Thursday's game to have X-rays taken on his ribs, which came back negative. Williams has played through injuries in the past, and this newest issue won't slow him down. He'll be expected to continue starting at left tackle, barring any setbacks.
Williams remained in Dallas following Thursday's game to undergo X-rays on his ribs.
Williams made his return Thursday after missing the previous three contests as he recovered from surgery from his dislocated thumb, but was unable to escape the contest unscathed. Thankfully the X-rays came back negative, and the veteran left tackle will have a couple extra days to recover for Week 13 following his team's Thursday game.
Williams (thumb) is active for Thursday's game against the Cowboys.
Williams will retake the field for the first time since dislocating his thumb in Week 8. The starting tackle's return will be a significant boon for Washington's offensive line, which will work to protect new starting quarterback Colt McCoy from Dallas' stout defensive front.
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