San Francisco 49ers left tackle Trent Williams left Sunday night's 11-10 misfortune to the Denver Mustangs with what lead trainer Kyle Shanahan said is reasonable ankle sprain.

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A truck was brought out for Williams in the second from last quarter, however he chose for limp off the field with a help to the storage space. 

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He was precluded in the final quarter and in the event that tests affirm Williams experienced a high lower leg sprain, the champion tackle would probably miss some time.

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Williams, viewed as ostensibly the best left tackle in the NFL, was harmed when he was impeding Mustangs cautious end Bradley Chubb, and Denver guarded lineman

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D.J. Jones was impeded to the ground and fell across Williams' right leg. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo got out of the end zone for a security on the play.

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Williams was supplanted by Jaylon Moore. Chubb enlisted his solitary sack of the night late conflicting with Moore with Williams in the storage space.

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A nine-time Master Bowler, the 34-year-old Williams is in his third season with the 49ers and is falling off an All-Ace mission. Williams was casted a ballot No. 14 in the NFL

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 Organization's yearly Top 100 Players, the most elevated positioning at any point accomplished by a hostile lineman.

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