49ers Notebook: Trent Williams’ ring of honor aspirations, Arik Armstead explains sack drought

Dec 10, 2020 at 7:40 PM--


It's Trent Williams against his old team, the Washington... Football Team. In many ways, it's very personal. But not with the actual team.
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