Trent Williams Ends Holdout, Reports to Redskins

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Offensive tackle Trent Williams has ended his holdout and returned to the Redskins, according to DeAngelo Hall and ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Williams skipped the entirety of Washington's training camp and the first eight games of the season. He was upset about how the team handled a growth removal from his head in the offseason and the time it took for them to address the situation.

According to NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay, Williams has no intention of playing this season despite reporting to the team.

Williams is under contract through the 2020 season.

ESPN's John Keim reported that the Redskins were not considering trading Williams before Tuesday's deadline since they were requesting a potential first-round draft pick or an offensive asset that would help quarterback Dwayne Haskins. The Browns were interested but no deal or offer came into fruition.

The Redskins will play the Bills on Sunday. Washington is 1–6 on the season.