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Report: 49ers CB Williams suffered Grade 1 calf strain

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The injury bug is biting the 49ers early in training camp.

K'Waun Williams missed practice Monday, and NFL Media's Tom Pelissero reported, citing a source, that the cornerback suffered a Grade 1 calf strain.

As Pelissero reported, Williams will take it slow in coming days, and has a little under four weeks to get healthy before the 49ers open the season against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Sept. 13th.

The fifth-year pro is coming off a good season for the 49ers, in which he intercepted two passes, forced four fumbles, recorded one sack and made 51 total tackles.

Williams, 29, is in the final season of a three-year, $8.85 million contract with the 49ers.

The 49ers lost second-year wide receiver Jalen Hurd to a torn ACL sustained during practice on Sunday.

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Luckily for coach Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers, Williams' injury isn't nearly as serious and he should be ready to go when the 2020 NFL season kicks off.