The asking price from the Redskins is starting at a 2nd round pick, and there haven’t been any bites. Trent Williams has reached his breaking point with the Washington Redskins. 48 overall), and Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News notes Williams’ hopes for a raise have hindered Jets-Redskins trade talks as much as compensation has. Williams returning to play on the last year of his deal with no guaranteed money is highly unlikely.The 2nd-round pick price might prove high. His agent has to have told him he has zero chance of making that much money, right?they missed out on their chance to get a haul form the texans last offseason.If theyâre going to eventually release him just demand less in a trade.
Williams shared why he didn't make any contract demands after being traded from Washington in exchange for San Francisco's fifth-round pick in this year's draft and a third-rounder next year. Gonna be interesting...The CBA voting ends tonight at 11:59 pm, so players and teams will know what deal they are working under this year, and what kind of money will be available soon. Snyder needs to not meddle, or sell the team. Then see how is market plays out. If he sits out again this year and loses another $12.5 million that’s on him again. This is keeping teams from working out at a trade.Please give an overall site rating: Fulfill your contract, big boy.If thatâs the case, the Redskins shouldnât be able to release any player early to get out from paying them.The Redskins eventually get their third round pick out of Williams no matter what a hash he makes of his career.. . Trent Williams' agent is trying to set the record straight about his client's contract demands, which have reportedly held up the Redskins from trading him. Trent Williams is asking way too much of the Redskins, which is the reason why he hasn't been traded. Definitely not getting 20 million.
Mentioned from the jump as a Williams suitor, the Jets remain uninterested in surrendering their second-round pick (No.
Allow SI's Albert Breer to explain. In the last year or so, the Pro Bowl left tackle has gone from a franchise icon to its most disgruntled employee. No way should be getting more than Conklin got after sitting out a year.I get as an agent you want to give your client confidence and build them up…but how the hell does Trent think heâs worth 20MM per year at this point? Ian Rapoport offers a different take on the situation, saying that Trent Williams’ contract demands are a bigger problem than the Redskins trade compensation demands.
Even at 31 years old, he’s worth more than that.
All guaranteed.Why are they going to release him?
The Redskins will have to lower that price if they want to get to the second part of the trade: Trent Williams’ new contract.
The new CBA is expected to be approved, and the salary cap is projected to have a bigger jump next year. 12.5 million isnât chump change. They would be lucky to get a 4th round pick..Who wants to trade for a malcontent who wants more money?