Trent Williams injury update: Redskins LT stayed in Dallas for X-rays on ribs

Redskins LT Trent Williams reportedly taken to hospital after game for 'precautionary reasons'

Redskins left tackle Trent Williams stayed in Dallas to have X-rays on his ribs after Thursday’s matchup against the Cowboys. 

Coach Jay Gruden told reporters Friday that Williams’ X-rays came back negative, according to NFL Network. 

He was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons after the team’s 31-23 loss, according to multiple reports. Williams was transported via ambulance and he reportedly told a teammate he was okay before leaving AT&T Stadium.

The six-time Pro Bowl player briefly left the matchup with a chest injury, but returned in the third quarter and played the remainder of the game. Williams finished with a participation mark of 98.4 percent of the team’s offensive plays, per Next Gen Stats.

Williams missed the past three weeks with a thumb injury.