During the entirety of 2019 season, the relationship between Trent Williams and the Washington Redskins looked broken beyond repair. A real Humpty Dumpty situation.
According to Pro Football Network's Tony Pauline, the new Redskins head coach may be close to putting the relationship back together again.
Williams, who is in the final year of a five-year, $66 million extension, carries a $14.5 million cap hit if he returns to the play for Washington this season.
The Post's source said the "tea leaves" indicate the left tackle will return and securing that reunion is “still a huge focus for Ron.”
Rapoport added the team's new training staff, led by Ryan Vermillion, was "a huge addition by Ron Rivera, especially considering so many of Trent Williams' issues with the Redskins involve medical and how they handled everything involving his health."
“If they bring (Williams) back, and draft Chase Young," Pauline said, "all of a sudden things take a new look, a much more positive look, for the Redskins.”