Williams underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee last Wednesday, and does not appear in line to miss much time as he recovers. Williams seems to have a real shot of suiting up against the Falcons on Sunday if he's able to return to practice this week. If Williams remains sidelined for any amount of time, expect one of Adam Redmond or Xavier Su'a-Filo to serve as the Cowboys' starting left guard.
Williams will have arthroscopic surgery on his right knee performed Wednesday, but he could return as soon as Nov. 18 against Atlanta, Todd Archer of ESPN reports.
Williams' knee injury surfaced during Monday's game against the Titans, but it appears he's avoided serious damage. While he remains on the sideline, look for either Adam Redmond or Xavier Su'a-Filo to take over at left guard for the Cowboys.
Williams suffered a knee injury during Monday's loss to the Titans and could be facing arthroscopic surgery, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
According to head coach Jason Garrett, Williams managed to play through the injury Monday night, but said it flared up Tuesday. The rookie left guard has started all eight games this season. Xavier Sua-Filo would be an option to fill in if Williams misses an extended period of time.
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