Washington Refuses To Trade Trent Williams

Report: Redskins refuse to field trade offers for Trent Williams amid contentious holdout

Report: Redskins refuse to field trade offers for Trent Williams amid contentious holdout

Trent Williams seems hellbent on never playing another snap for the Redskins, but it doesn't appear Washington believes it has no trade leverage.

The Redskins have been fining Williams $40,000 per missed training camp to attempt to lure him back on the team. In fact, at present, they reportedly don't have plans to move him.

Trent Williams #71 of the Washington Redskins blocks against the Indianapolis Colts at FedExField on September 16, 2018 in Landover, Maryland.

Williams is signed through the 2020 season.

"Since Day 1 of camp, you notice his absence is impacting us tremendously", the future Hall of Famer said, via Josina Anderson of ESPN. "You go from not having to worry about the blind-side at all, to having to chip on that side, add a tight end there which changes what you do", Peterson said. The Redskins, meanwhile, spent a first-round draft pick on Dwayne Haskins and don't intend to part ways with their primary quarterback protection.

"I think it's making Dwayne Haskins have to think more, not process things as calmly". Guys are coming off the edge in practices right there on the QB and the RB.

That certainly.er. um. clears things up.

The star offensive tackle has been demanding a trade for some time now, and the Redskins haven't budged all that much.

Williams had a benign grown removed from his head during the offseason and is reportedly upset with how the team's medical staff handled the situation.