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Trent Williams Net worth, Wife, Age, Family, Facts & More [2024]

Trent Williams Net worth, Wife, Age, Family, Facts & More [2024]

Last updated on: January 24, 2024

Trent Williams is a professional football player. He currently plays as an offensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL.

As of April 2024, Trent Williams is 35 years and 9 months old, his estimated net worth is $100 million, and he stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches (196 cm or 1.96 m) tall. He is married to Sondra Williams and has 3 daughters together. 

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Trent Williams Biography

Childhood and School Life

Williams was born and raised in Longview, Texas. He went to Longview High School, where he played football with Malcolm Kelly, Chris Ivory, and Robert Henson on the Longview Lobos team. As a senior, Williams was chosen by every coach in the district to be on the first team. Longview went into the 2005 UIL playoffs with a 10–0 record, but Nick Florence’s South Garland beat them 14–13. He also did a shot put for the track team. Rivals.com said that Williams was a three-star recruit and that he was the No. 28 offensive guard prospect in the country. He picked Oklahoma over offers from Texas A&M, Louisiana State, and Oklahoma State.

Trent Williams College Career

Williams went to college at the University of Oklahoma and played football from 2006 to 2009 for coach Bob Stoops’s Oklahoma Sooners team. As a true freshman, Williams started at right tackle after Branndon Braxton broke his leg just before the Missouri game in late October 2006. He then started the last six games of the season. Williams played 462 snaps, had 75 tackles and was named to the second team of The Sporting News Freshman All-America.

In his second year, Williams played in all 14 games and shared time at right tackle with Branndon Braxton. He had six starts at right tackle. In 2008, when he was a junior, he started all 14 games, the first at left tackle and the rest at right tackle. He had 131 knockdowns. He was part of the Sooners’ strong offensive line in 2008, which also included Duke Robinson and Phil Loadholt, and only left 11 sacks, which was the third-lowest number of any team in the country. Air Force and Navy, the two teams that finished ahead of them, tried 231 passes between them. Oklahoma tried 476 times to score, and with quarterback Sam Bradford and running back DeMarco Murray, they became the team with the most points in the modern era (702 points).

Williams was ranked No. 2 on Rivals.com’s preseason offensive tackle power ranking for 2009 because he was the only player from the 2008 offensive line to return. He was also put on a list of people to watch for the 2009 Outland Trophy. Even though he was hurt and couldn’t play in the last game of the regular season, Williams led Oklahoma with 102 knockdown blocks and 885 plays, and the American Football Coaches Association named him an All-American.

Professional career

Williams was thought to be one of the best offensive tackles in the NFL Draft of 2010, and he was compared to Jammal Brown (who, coincidentally, would also join the Redskins that same offseason via trade). Gil Brandt of NFL.com says, “Williams will be a first-round pick and could be an NFL starter for a long time.”

Trent Williams with the Washington Redskins

Williams was the fourth player taken by the Washington Redskins in the 2010 draught. On July 30, 2010, he signed a six-year, $60 million contract with the team. In 2011, Williams and veteran teammate Santana Moss were both named offensive co-captains. Williams and teammate Fred Davis were both banned from playing for four games in Week 14 because they failed several drug tests.

Williams hurt his left foot when the Buffalo Bills beat him in the first preseason game of 2012. Even though he was hurt, he started the next two preseason games, and by the time the season started against the New Orleans Saints, he was fully healed. At the start of the season, his teammates voted again for him to be the captain of the offensive team. In Week 3, when the Redskins played the Cincinnati Bengals, he hurt his right knee early in the game. The next day, Williams got an MRI, which showed that he had another bone bruise. The next game was against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he was able to play. Williams had his best season in 2012, even though he was hurt for most of the year. He was chosen for the 2013 Pro Bowl, but he couldn’t play because of an injury he got in a nightclub fight. After the Redskins lost to the Seattle Seahawks in the wild-card playoffs on January 6, 2013, Williams hit Richard Sherman in the face. He was given a $7,875 fine for what happened.

After Week 11 of the 2013 season, Williams said that umpire Roy Ellison had cursed at him during the game. Several of his teammates agreed with him. Ellison was then banned for one game by the NFL. Even though the Redskins as a whole had a bad year, Williams was chosen as the only player from the team to make the 2014 Pro Bowl team.

During the offseason of 2015, Williams lost almost 30 pounds, going from about 345 pounds to 318 pounds. On August 29, 2015, he agreed to an extension of his contract for five years and $66 million, with $43.25 million guaranteed. Williams broke the NFL’s rules about using drugs and was suspended for four games on November 1, 2016. Williams was named to the Pro Bowl for the fifth time in a row, even though he missed the games. For the first time, he was also named to the All-Pro second team. Williams started 10 games in 2017, but he hurt his knee and missed most of the season. On December 22, 2017, he was put on injured reserve. Williams was picked for his sixth straight Pro Bowl, even though he was hurt.

In April 2019, it was said that Williams had surgery to remove a growth on his head. The growth was found to be a type of cancer called dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP). He first noticed the growth in 2013. At the time, he said, the Redskins’ medical staff told him it wasn’t a big deal. He didn’t show up to the team’s mandatory minicamp and reportedly asked to be let go or traded because of how the team’s medical staff handled the situation back then. The Redskins put Williams on the team’s reserve list on July 27, 2019. Since the Redskins didn’t trade him by the deadline, he was brought back on October 30, 2019. Williams did not pass a physical exam, though, because his scalp was sore after surgery and made his helmet uncomfortable. As a result, the Redskins put him on the non-football injury list. In March 2020, he and his agent got permission to try to get traded to a different team.

Williams was added to the list of Washington’s Greatest Players on September 1, 2022, in honor of the team’s 90th birthday.

Trent Williams with the San Francisco 49ers

Williams was sent to the San Francisco 49ers on April 25, 2020, in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the NFL Draft in 2020 and a third-round pick in the NFL Draft in 2021.  Williams and Kyle Shanahan, the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, had worked together before when Shanahan was the offensive coordinator for the Washington Redskins. The team put Williams on the reserve/COVID-19 list on November 4, 2020, and two days later, he was activated. On November 20, he was put back on the COVID-19 list, and on November 28, he activated again.  Williams was put on injured reserve on January 1, 2021. He had hurt his elbow the week before against the Arizona Cardinals.  Williams was chosen for his eighth Pro Bowl because he got a 91.9 PFF grade, which was the highest of any player in his position in 2020.

Williams signed a six-year, $138.06 million extension to his contract with the 49ers on March 23, 2021. This made him the best-paid offensive lineman in the NFL. His contract gives him a signing bonus of $30.10 million and a guarantee of $55.10 million.


Full Name

Trent Williams




American Football Player



2010 – Washington Football Team

Jersey Number



Offensive tackle

Current Team

San Francisco 49ers

Personal Profile and Background Details

Date of Birth

July 19, 1988


As of today, Trent Williams is 35 years and 9 months old

Zodiac sign



Trent Williams signature



Birth Place

Longview, Texas, United States of America


United States of America

School / College / University

The University of Oklahoma



Race / Ethnicity


Food Habits




Physical Attributes and Measurements


  • In feet – 6′ 5″
  • In Centimeters – 196 cm
  • In meters – 1.96 m


  • In kilograms – 144 kg
  • In Pounds – 317 lbs

Body Measurements

  • Chest Size: 48″
  • Biceps Size: 17″
  • Waist Size: 37″

Shoe size

14 (US)

Eye color


Hair Color


Trent Williams Family

Trent Williams Family
Trent Williams Family

Trent Williams, born on July 19, 1988, in Longview, Texas, is not only a talented football player but also a dedicated family man. He is married to Sondra Williams, and they have built a life together. Trent’s parents are Freddie Williams and Veronica Williams, who have been a source of support and love for him throughout his career. He also has an older brother named Fred Williams.

In addition to his immediate family, Trent is a proud father of three daughters. His oldest daughter is Micah Williams. While the names of his other two daughters are not known, their presence brings joy and fulfillment to Trent’s life.


Sondra Williams

Trent Williams with his wife Sondra Williams
Trent Williams with his wife Sondra Williams


Freddie Williams

Trent Williams father Freddie Williams


Veronica Williams

Trent Williams mother Veronica Williams


Fred Williams (Older brother)

Trent Williams brother Fred Williams

He also has a sister, but her name is not known.

Trent Williams with his siblings
Trent Williams with his siblings


He has 3 daughters, one daughter’s name is Micah, other two’s names are not known.

Micah Williams (Oldest Daughter)

Trent Williams with his daughters Trent Williams daughters Trent Williams with his 3 daughters

Relationship & More

Marital Status

Married to Sandra Williams

Marriage Date

7 January (specific year not known)

Girlfriend and Dating History

Sandra Williams (Present)

Net worth 2024

Trent Williams Net Worth
Trent Williams Net Worth

$100 million

As of April 2024, Trent Williams’ estimated net worth is $100 million. Trent Williams earns money primarily through his career as a professional football player in the NFL.

As an offensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers, he has signed a lucrative contract that contributes to his earnings. In March 2021, Williams agreed to a six-year, $138.06 million deal with the 49ers, making him the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history. The contract includes a significant signing bonus, guaranteed money, and an average annual salary of $23,010,000.

Aside from his football career, Williams has also been involved in various business ventures. He actively trades NBA Top Shots and has invested in Dapper Labs, the creator of collectibles. Furthermore, he has made real estate investments in apartment complexes and single-family homes.

Net worth Growth 

Net worth in 2023 $100 million
Net worth in 2022 $89 million
Net worth in 2021 $84 million
Net worth in 2020 $65 million
Net worth in 2019 $57 million


2010 Washington Redskins $5,280,352
2011 Washington Redskins $13,406,435
2012 Washington Redskins $11,000,000
2013 Washington Redskins $5,000,000
2014 Washington Redskins $9,000,000
2015 Washington Redskins $15,111,383
2016 Washington Redskins $14,909,914
2017 Washington Redskins $11,406,250
2018 Washington Redskins $10,053,125
2019 Washington Redskins $638,235
2020 San Francisco 49ers $12,500,000
2021 San Francisco 49ers $32,311,755
2022 San Francisco 49ers $7,923,521
2023 San Francisco 49ers $20,250,000
Totaal Career Earnings


Trent Williams Facts and Unknown Things

Washington picked Williams with the fourth overall pick in the NFL Draft of 2010.

On May 12, 2010, “Trent Williams Day” was held in his hometown of Longview, Texas, to celebrate the young star’s selection in the draught. He was also given the key to the city.

Williams won the 49ers’ Garry Niver Award in 2020 and 2021.

The San Francisco Chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America gives the award every year to the person who best shows professionalism and cooperation when working with the media.

The award is named after Garry Niver, a well-known sports reporter in the Bay Area who wrote about the 49ers when they won Super Bowls in the 1980s and 1990s.

Williams has made it a goal of his career to helping the people who helped shape him as a child. In 2015, Williams gave $25,000 to the high school where he went to help pay for EKG tests for every football player. He has also given people in need in his hometown of Longview, Texas, a new locker room, new shoes for elementary school students, and Christmas gifts.

His mother, Veronica, told him, “This is home.” “Trent loves to help people in this area. When it comes to kids, that’s what he loves most.”

At age 30, Williams was told that she had a rare form of cancer that could kill him. After defying all odds and staring death in the face, the All-Pro left tackle beat Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans and miraculously returned to the top of his game in the NFL just a short year later.

Social Media Profiles


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