Williams was hurt on the final play of the fourth quarter, when his knee buckled under him during a runback of an interception. He said his knee “just kind of gave out” and called it “real painful.”
After being attended to on the field, Williams walked off under his own power. He briefly returned on Washington’s first possession of overtime, then again departed.
Williams missed two games earlier this season with injuries to his left knee and a left toe.
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