Redskins seeking value comparable to a second-round pick in exchange for Trent Williams
The Washington Redskins only trade demand for Trent Williams is "something comparable in value" according to NBC Sport's JP Finlay.
The Williams-Redskins saga appears to be nearing its long-awaited conclusion, with the Redskins now willing to consider trade packages that amount to the same value of a second-round pick. Williams is seeking $18 million annually and shouldn't have a shortage of interested teams. However, with the NFL draft fast approaching (for now), the Redskins may be forced to settle for far less than they could have if they traded the former 4th overall pick last season.
In 2018, Williams' last season, he earned a Pro Football Focus pass-blocking grade of 80.7 and a run-blocking grade of 69.9. In his last 1,407 snaps, Williams has allowed just 1 sack.
- Rams: Gerald Everett needs more opportunities April 9th, 2020
- Devin Singletary capable of being "the workload guy" April 8th, 2020
- Chiefs, DeAndre Washington agree to one-year contract April 8th, 2020
- Seahawks re-sign Jordan Simmons April 8th, 2020
- Falcons' John Cominsky to have increased role April 8th, 2020
- A.J. Green 'fully healthy' for Bengals April 8th, 2020
- Schefter: Washington's Brandon Scherff reportedly signs one-year franchise tender March 31st, 2020
- Ronald Darby resurfaces in Washington March 29th, 2020
- Redskins reportedly sign Cody Latimer March 25th, 2020
- Redskins, Jeremy Vujnovich agree to one-year deal March 25th, 2020
- Redskins seeking value comparable to a second-round pick in exchange for Trent Williams March 25th, 2020
- Redskins reportedly add tight end Richard Rodgers March 24th, 2020