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Report: Trent Williams not expected to report to Redskins training camp

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Trent Williams didn’t report to the Redskins mandatory mini-camp, and the reports/rumors began. Some reports have him unhappy with the Redskins medical staff, and their assessment of the growth on his head that has required multiple surgeries. There were also reports that he wants a new deal, and even that he doesn’t want to play for the team anymore, and has demanded a trade.

The latest wrinkle in this story was expected if Trent is truly pushing for a new deal. Mike Garafolo reports that Williams is not expected to report to training camp with his teammates this week.

He signed a 5 year, $66 million entension in 2015. Williams has 2 years and $24 million left on that deal. His extension averaged $13.2 million per year, which is still the 6th highest in the NFL for a LT. Taylor Lewan is currently the league’s highest-paid LT after signing a 5 year, $80 million extension with the Titans last July.