Trent Williams says he asked Redskins to remove tumor multiple times – Yardbarker

Trent Williams maintains that the way the Washington Redskins misdiagnosed a health condition he was dealing with for several years could have cost him his life, and the All-Pro tackle shared some more details this week about just how dismissive team doctors were when he repeatedly expressed concerns. Williams says he first informed the Redskins in 2013 that he was concerned about a growth on his head. Team doctors repeatedly told him it was a benign cyst. When Williams asked to be sent to a dermatologist in 2016, he says he was again told the growth was a cyst and nothing to worry about. While speaking with Mike Jones of USA Today this week, Williams revealed that he asked Redskins team doctors to remove the growth on his head on three separate occasions. The first was in 2017, when he was going to be sedated for a knee procedure and asked if the growth could be removed at the same time. Team doctors reassured Williams that it “wasn’t that serious.” He asked about the removal again during two separate proce

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