The 49ers watched expectantly as Trent Williams entered the NFL free agency open market, and these teams were able to pull him away from San Francisco

It should honestly come as no surprise that the San Francisco 49ers were unable to re-sign the eight-time Pro Bowl against Trent Williams before March 15 March the negotiation window of the NFL Free Agency was opened

The Niners were able to keep two of their other top free agents, cornerback Jason Verrett and fullback Kyle Juszczyk, however, but Williams wanted to test the market and see what its worth – something he got about Jennifer Lee Chan from last January NBC Sports Bay Area said:

I’m excited to see what my worth is going through this process right now I felt like I was being devalued in so many ways I’ve always put a good product out on the market, but I think my character has been questioned a lot

I was told that there are no applicants, that there are no people who want to trade for me, so I thought my value is a big hit and I think it’s a curiosity of where I want to see where that true value now is anyone can get their shot without going through anyone

Williams spoke of his 2019 campaign with the Washington Football Team that ultimately resulted in San Francisco acting for him in the NFL Draft last year

After a year off, 2020 has proven that 32-year-old Williams is still one of the league’s elite offensive linemen

Given his age, this upcoming deal will likely be the last he will close It is understandable, therefore, why he is ready to test the market, despite saying the 49ers remain his preferred target

For now, unless one of those three teams can outbid the Niners and Williams offer more than they can refuse

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