Trent Williams might be finally getting his wish.
The Washington Redskins star offensive tackle took to his Instagram story on Wednesday and posted a cryptic message that alluded to something going on behind the scenes and most thought he might be on his way out of town.
The Browns have been linked to him for months and the latest unconfirmed buzz is that Williams is indeed headed to Cleveland. In return, the Browns are rumored to be sending a third- or fourth-rounder in 2020 and a second-rounder in 2021.
Remember, this is just an unconfirmed rumor.
According to The Washington Post, the Browns, Eagles, Jets and Vikings have all shown interest in acquiring Williams.
From The Washington Post:
“So far, the Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets have shown the most interest, according to a person familiar with the discussions, but several factors have complicated the team’s ability to trade Williams, who has one year left on his contract. Prospective trade partners either haven’t been able to reach an agreement with Williams on a new deal, or they refuse to offer more than low-round draft picks in exchange for the seven-time Pro Bowl player.”
Anything is possible on draft day.