Report: Ron Rivera, Trent Williams had positive conversation

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Trent Williams may not be done in Washington after all.

Williams, the left tackle who missed the entire 2019 season and said he never wanted to play for the team again because he didn’t trust its medical staff, had a positive conversation with new head coach Ron Rivera, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Now that Rivera has been brought in, former team President Bruce Allen is gone, and the medical staff has changed, Williams might be open to playing for the team again.

The 31-year-old Williams is scheduled to earn a base salary of $12.5 million this season, and it appears that Rivera thinks Williams is well worth that money and is hoping Williams will be back on the team in 2020.

5 responses to “Report: Ron Rivera, Trent Williams had positive conversation

  1. Look at how this organization has treated its best player and captain and it’s no wonder guys like Quentin Dunbar want out as soon as possible. Brandon Scherff hasn’t been too eager to sign an extension either.

    I don’t see why any player would sign or re-sign here except for being overpaid or out of other options. Even with a new regime, I’d be giving it at least a year to see if anything has really changed.

  2. Well hailtothenamechange!….Dunbar never plays because he`s always hurt! You sound as if you are mad because Trent is coming back….Go ahead and get mad,who cares!!!

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