Trent Williams is another of those players who are not happy with their teams and are sitting on a holdout. Washington Redskins are trying their best to get Williams back in the training camp but it is not working. Williams is on the path of Ezekiel Elliot and wants the best contract possible from their teams.
#Redskins coach Jay Gruden reiterates that he still "very strongly” believes LT Trent Williams won’t be traded. The team has privately resisted all inquiries. Note: I’m told Williams, who has had several surgeries, is now healthy and ready to play. For someone.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 26, 2019
Jay Gruden, the head coach of Redskins had not lost hopes and believes that Williams will soon be back in the team. In case, Trent doesn’t agree for a deal, Washington has to trade him out and there are other NFL teams waiting for that. Patriots, Eagles, and Dolphins are lined up for Williams and waiting for him to be traded out. But Gruden is confident is Williams and his team and says he will be back soon in the Redskins team.
Injury Issues of Williams
Trent Williams has every right to get angry as the Washington Redskins never took care of him in the first place. The 31-year-old left tackle had a usual condition where there was a growth in his head. It was removed by the surgery and Williams is fine now but he is upset over the fact that they didn’t take care of it sooner.
— Ed Sheahin (@NFLPhotoGuy) August 26, 2019
The Redskins were focused so much on using Williams that they risked his injuries rather than dropping him in the last NFL season. Now that Williams is totally healthy, it would be interesting to see whether he goes back to the team or not.
Redskins needs Trent Williams
Washington Redskins are already at the bottom of the NFL table and leaving out Williams could add to their trouble. The team needs him and they will try everything they can on the matter. The Redskins were fully confident that Williams will show in the training camp of the team but nothing of that sort happened.
The Patriots are not – and have not been – in the business of trading for Redskins OT Trent Williams. They did not offer a first round pick for him. He's not on their radar.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) August 22, 2019
The next plan of the Washington team is to raise his contract money so that Trent is back before the 2019 NFL season starts. Williams is the best players in the Redskins team and they are not going to give up on him so easily.