- First name is pronounced KAY-wahn.
- Was given the nickname "The Shark" by the 49ers coaching staff.
- In 2014, was one of five undrafted rookies to earn a spot on the Browns opening day roster. He initially joined the Browns signing with the team after a successful tryout at Cleveland's rookie minicamp.
- Enjoys reading in his free time, listing his favorite books as the biography of Steve Jobs and The Art of War.
Morning Report: Jauan Jennings Reviews First NFL Training Camp, Robert Saleh Previews the Team's 2020 Defense, Two 49ers Land on PFF's Top Cornerbacks List
Jauan Jennings writes the latest installment of "In My Own Words," Robert Saleh discusses what the team needs to do to be even better in 2020 and Pro Football Focus puts Richard Sherman and K'Waun Williams in the Top 25 of the best cornerbacks in the NFL.
Morning Report: K'Waun Williams' Pro Bowl Chances in 2020, Analysis of the Wide Receiver Position Heading into Training Camp, Adam Peters Talks Scouting George Kittle
K'Waun Williams named to NFL.com's list of candidates that could earn their first Pro Bowl nod in 2020, an in-depth training camp primer on San Francisco's wide receivers, vice president of player personnel Adam Peters discussed scouting players to the 49ers roster.
Morning Report: How the Linebackers Stack Up Heading into Training Camp, 49ers and Giants Support #WearAMask Initiative, Players Discuss How to Create Change in the Bay Area
An in-depth training camp primer for San Francisco's linebackers, the 49ers, Giants and Dignity Health announce initiative to create 200,000 masks and a roundtable discussion on how to create change in the Bay Area.
Morning Report: 49ers Players Discuss Race and Police Brutality in America, NFL's Best Cornerback Trios, George Kittle and Trent Taylor Practice their Footwork
49ers players release the first episode of their "Subject to Change" series, San Francisco's CBs listed as one of the top trios in the NFL and George Kittle and Trent Taylor workout in Nashville.
Morning Report: PFF Recognizes 49ers Duos, Fred Warner Joins Roundtable Discussion on Race, 2020 Social Justice Grant
Pro Football Focus names San Francisco's cornerback and edge rusher duos as best in the league, Fred Warners discusses NFL's role in creating change and 49ers announce 2020 Social Justice Grant.
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Intel True View: DeForest Buckner's First-career Touchdown vs. Seattle Seahawks
Watch K'Waun Williams sack Russell Wilson, Fred Warner force a fumble and DeForest Buckner scoop the ball up and score his first-career touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks from every angle with True View technology powered by Intel. Multiple high-resolution cameras render thrilling, slow-motion replays and highlight reels.