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Trent Williams leaves practice early, 49ers not “overly concerned”

Mike Florio looks ahead to the 49ers-Chiefs preseason game, assessing how many snaps Trey Lance will get and examining how drafting the rookie QB is an indication Kyle Shanahan is transforming his coaching strategy.

49ers left tackle Trent Williams didn’t make it through the entire practice on Monday, but there’s no sign that the team believes it’s a serious injury.

Williams limped off the field during the session. Head coach Kyle Shanahan didn’t have too much detail on what happened, but he didn’t raise any alarms about the veteran’s condition.

“I didn’t see it. They said he just clipped his hip or knee or something, and we got him out,” Shanahan said, via 49ers “Didn’t seem overly concerned, but we’ve got to look at it when we get inside.”

If there’s any concern, Williams may not be seeing the field for this week’s game against the Chargers.

Shanahan also said defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw is week-to-week with a shoulder injury, which could mean he’s done for the preseason.