The NFL trade deadline is almost 48 hours away. Several teams are looking to make big moves to upgrade their rosters before the 4 p.m. E.T. deadline on Tuesday afternoon.
Two NFL franchises are reportedly "frustrating" everyone else heading into the deadline, though.
CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports that the Washington Redskins and the Cincinnati Bengals are frustrating everyone else around the league.
Teams don't think they are being reasonable.
With the trade deadline now just days away, Washington and Cincinnati continue to be pursued by a contingent of teams about potential blockbuster trades, and continue to refuse to entertain the possibility despite combining for one victory between them.
As reported last month, Washington and Cincinnati have long been getting repeated calls from a number of teams who would give them multiple high draft picks for an array of players, but to this point ownership has declined to even consider moving forward on them. The development has frustrated general managers around the league, who can find no logic in their position but are becoming resigned to the fact this may remain the case through Tuesday's deadline.
Both Washington and Cincinnati have players other teams would like - none more so than wide receiver A.J. Green and left tackle Trent Williams - though it seems unlikely that they'll be willing to make a big move.
"It's not like you are dealing with a normal team," as one AFC GM put it, per CBS. "The only sensible thing to do with Trent Williams is to trade him, but they don't even want to listen. It's crazy. And I don't think that's going to change by Tuesday."
We'll see if that changes before Tuesday afternoon.