Trent Williams reveals he had cancer, says Redskins diagnosed it as minor – Yardbarker

Seven-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman Trent Williams opened up about his issues with the Washington Redskins on Thursday, and let’s just say the list is not a short one. While speaking with the media for the first time this season, Williams said there is “no trust” between him and the team. A lot of that has to do with the fact that he was diagnosed with cancer in the form of a growth that was originally discovered six years ago, and says team doctors told him the issue was nothing major. Williams had the growth removed during this past offseason, and he said the ordeal was frightening for him and his family. He also said he was in the hospital for two weeks and no one from the organization visited him, though it’s interesting that he does not blame Daniel Snyder and still values his friendship with the Redskins owner. Williams failed his physical on Wednesday because he said he was experiencing discomfort while wearing his helmet. He attributed that to nerve damage he has on his scalp from where the growth

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