When the voting was announced this weekend for the 10 additions to the “Washington’s Greatest” list for the team’s 90th anniversary, many fans commented on one glaring omission — the Redskins’ 2010 first round pick and 7-time Washington Pro Bowl left tackle, Trent Williams, who was probably the best player on the Redskins roster during his decade-long tenure.
It would appear that someone at the team office in Ashburn heard the criticism, because Trent Williams and his teammate of several seasons, former 2012 first-round pick, quarterback Robert Griffin III, have been added to the nominees for the voting.
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The omission of Williams was just one of many oversights that the team made with the rollout of the 90th anniversary celebrations this week.