He also tied Hauss and Chris Samuels for the fifth-most total selections in team history and became only the seventh player in franchise history to earn at least six career Pro Bowl honors.
On top of his elite playmaking ability, Williams, who was a team captain for the seventh straight year, continued to serve as a mentor for the younger offensive linemen.
He once again hosted his Hogs 2.0 week-long camp with the positon group in Houston last summer, a tradition he plans to continue this year even while rehabbing.
“Having Trent as a leader come out and bring us out to Houston a week before training camp, so we can get the younger guys implemented on: this is what we do, this is what we’re about, this is what we expect from you, it’s a big deal,” said starting right tackle Morgan Moses. “You don’t have many guys in the NFL that do that, that fly the whole offensive line out, pay for their workouts and things like that. …Having a leader like that in Trent Williams, who’s also arguably the best left tackle in the NFL, it means a lot to the guys.”
While Williams underwent surgery to correct his knee injury in late December, he believes he’s right on pace to make a complete and healthy comeback by the time the 2018 regular season rolls around.
“I believe I’m ahead of where I’m supposed to be,” Williams recently told Redskins.com. “So that’s encouraging, but I still have to tell myself every day that I don’t really have to be ready until September, August. Although I am healing pretty quickly, I’m still trying to take it slow and make sure I’m 100 percent.”
For his career, Williams has appeared in 107 regular season contests, starting 106 of those games.
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