Williams received the call from his agent that his new deal will pay him at least $43.5 million, the most for a left tackle in the NFL.
BALTIMORE — The Redskins entered the 2015 season with two major priorities: Sign outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and left tackle Trent Williams to contract extensions. Kerrigan, 27, got his deal on July 29. Saturday afternoon, […]
Redskins offensive lineman Trent Williams heard the news that teammate Ryan Kerrigan signed a big contract extension on Wednesday.
With Redskins training camp fast approaching, 106.7 The Fan will take a look at each position group before practices begin July 30 in Richmond. Today we break down the offensive line, where 15 players vie for […]
The Redskins practiced for the fifth time during the NFL’s OTAs period on Wednesday with one more scheduled for this week.
Redskins left tackle Trent Williams will not participate in the rest of the team’s offseason workouts as he tries to rehabilitate a nagging left ankle injury that has bothered him since the end of last season.
According to reports, Redskins are progressing on contract extensions with outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and left tackle Trent Williams.
On the day NFL Free Agency begins, Bruce Allen is clearly NOT on the same page as the NFLPA about how much the Redskins need to spend.
Trent Williams, at less than full strength for much of the 2014 Redskins season, is still proud to represent the team in the Pro Bowl for the third straight year.
Redskins tackle Trent Williams has been selected to the 2015 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Tuesday.