The NFL trade deadline is fast approaching and there is plenty of news to go around.
Several star players, like Jalen Ramsey and Marcus Peters have already been traded, but there are a few other significant names on the trade block.
Earlier Tuesday morning, multiple reports suggested the Washington Redskins are finally open to trading star left tackle Trent Williams.
The Cleveland Browns have been one team interested in Williams, but that interest has reportedly cooled off. According to a report from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Browns interest in Williams is “more lukewarm than it is hot.”
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Despite not playing for the Redskins this season, Washington president Bruce Allen has reportedly nixed all talks surrounding Williams, in the weeks leading up to the deadline. However, it looks like the team has changed its stance on the perennial Pro Bowl let tackle.
If general manager John Dorsey can’t land Williams, there are reportedly two other names on his list. New York Giants left tackle Nate Solder and Philadelphia Eagles backup Halapoulivaati Vaitai are the two other potential trade chips.
Cleveland is in desperate need of offensive line help, and it looks like Dorsey is intent on making it happen.
Stay tuned for the latest.