With only two weeks before the deadline of NFL trade, there are rumors everywhere about trading the star player of Washington Redskins. The reports say that the Washington Redskins team is trying to trade the offensive tackle player to the Cleveland Browns. But the insiders at Redskins deny about this trading information of Trent Williams, as you will know from sports betting Tennessee games.
The report says that Williams, who was unhappy about how the Redskins team treated a medical situation, demanded a trade with the team. The 31-year old player has another one year in his career graph. But the Redskins team have turned down his request. The sources say that Williams is unwilling to pay, and therefore, he didn’t play a single match in 2019.
With the final deal in his career of $14.75 million in NFL draft, the Cleveland team keeps a tab on William’s availability. ESPN says that the Browns might consider his price steep. While the rumors are pitching high, Redskins deny every rumor about trading Williams. The truth of this trading information is known only to the team president Bruce Allen and the counterpart John Dorsey.
Cleveland facing major setbacks in the team due to the problem in offensive tackle strategies require a new progressive player. It would be foolish if they are not keeping tabs on Williams, otherwise. The news about trading can be a rumor, or Washington might look for a more potential trade for their star player. The Redskins insiders say that the trading of Williams will be surprising, as there is no such idea for the manager.
Trent Williams, the fourth overall player in the NFL draft, announced outright that he is not willing to play for Redskins. With lots of pressure for Browns this season, it only makes sense when they want to have the seven-time pro bowler on their roster. All these rumors started when Steve Doerschuk tweeted about the trading of Williams on his twitter page. He tweeted, “Hearing Trent Williams should be on Browns roster quite soon”.
It also looks so obvious that Redskins might have to give in and trade the stud player who is not willing to play for the team. But sources say that the Redskins team owner Daniel Synder is unwilling to approve of this trade. Considering the trade choices made by the Redskins team in the past, this trading seems more unlikely.