According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, teams have contacted Washington about potentially trading for Williams but the club has shut those inquiries down. Williams cites a rabid mistrust of the training staff for his refusal to report to training camp, going so far as to reportedly demand a trade.
According to PFT's Mike Florio, the Redskins could "pursue $1.62 million from Williams, which is the amount of unearned signing bonus remaining on his current contract". Though teams have "teams repeatedly have called about Williams", per the report, they have been rebuffed.
There doesn't appear to a reasonable resolution to the dispute between Trent Williams and the Washington Redskins. The Redskins, meanwhile, spent a first-round draft pick on Dwayne Haskins and don't intend to part ways with their primary quarterback protection.
"I think it it's making Dwayne Haskins have to think more, not process things as calmly", Peterson told Anderson. It was finally surgically removed this offseason.
It will soon start costing Williams money, however. Guys are coming off the edge in practice right there on the quarterback and the running back.
The Redskins better figure it all out quickly, because players like Peterson do not like what they're seeing on the field.