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ASHBURN, Va. — Standout left tackle Trent Williams is back at the Washington Redskins’ practice facility, but there’s no certainty that he’ll play at all this season.

Williams didn’t practice Wednesday, less than 24 hours after reporting following a lengthy holdout. Interim coach Bill Callahan said the 31-year-old failed his physical and couldn’t practice because of discomfort with his helmet.

“All I know is the helmet wasn’t comfortable, little discomfort in there,” Callahan said.

Williams previously had a growth on his head removed, and the dispute that led to his holdout centred on Washington’s medical staff and its handling of that situation. The Redskins announced they got a roster exemption for the seven-time Pro Bowl selection, who was not in the locker room when it was open to reporters.

Callahan, who was offensive line coach before taking over for the fired Jay Gruden, said he spoke with Williams for an hour and added he took part in morning meetings.

“For me, I’m just happy to see him around here and back with the team,” right tackle and friend Morgan Moses said. “Whatever he has to do upstairs, that’s what he has to deal with, and knowing him he’ll get it right.”
The NFL trade deadline window is closed, but we could see some deals still trickle in provided they were completed prior to 4pm et/1pm pt

Rams reportedly trade CB Talib to Dolphins
The Los Angeles Rams have traded five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib and a fifth-round pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a future draft pick, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Trade: Rams are trading CB Aqib Talib AND a fifth-round pick to Miami for a future pick, per source.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
Rams now can try to use some of the salary they save from Aqib Talib on trying to re-sign Jalen Ramsey.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
Schefter points out with Talib now out of the picture, the Rams can try and use some of the cap space that’s been saved to try and re-sign recently acquired star corner Jalen Ramsey.

Talib, 33, is currently on injured reserve with a rib injury but may possibly return later in the season.


Cowboys reportedly in talks to acquire S Adams from Jets
According to multiple reports, the Dallas Cowboy have engaged in talks with the New York Jets to acquire Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams. However, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the price the Jets are asking for “a lot” in return for Adams.

From our pre-Trade Deadline show: The #Cowboys are in talks with the #Jets on S Jamal Adams, but NYJ is asking for “a lot.” Duh. pic.twitter.com/9CQhg7QR67

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 29, 2019
ESPN’s Ryan Clark said Jets’ S Jamal Adams would like to go home to Texas and play for the Cowboys.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
ESPN’s Ryan Clark, who like Jamal Adams, is an alumni of LSU, says the third-year safety would like to play for his hometown Cowboys.


Jets reportedly open to trading RB Bell
Le’Veon Bell and the 1-6 New York Jets have struggled this season, and as a result, the running back’s short stint with the team could reportedly be coming to an end today, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

“The Daily News has learned that Gang Green is amenable to dealing the perennial Pro Bowl running back for the right price before the 4 p.m. trade deadline,” Mehta wrote. “Although it’s unclear what that price tag has been during discussions, there are legitimate buyers. The Jets would unload a big salary as general manager Joe Douglas looks to reshape the roster.”

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as teams to keep eye on in regards to Bell.

The 27-year-old has recorded just 349 rushing yards and one touchdown this season. His 3.2 yards per carry is the worst average of any of his previous seven seasons in the NFL. After holding out for all of the 2018 season because the Pittsburgh Steelers would not give him the contract he wanted, the three-time Pro Bowler signed a four-year deal worth a reported $52.5 million with the Jets last March.


Will Washington move holdout tackle Williams?
After months of reportedly not being interested in trading seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams, Washington has changed its stance according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Williams, who has spent his entire career with Washington, has been holding out since last off-season.

Sources: The #Redskins are now open to dealing star LT Trent Williams. They have begun the process of looking at potential suitors, and the #Browns have been one. Unclear how high they set the asking price, but they’ll at least listen.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 28, 2019
Washington, per Rapoport, has begun the process of looking at potential trade partners for Williams with the Cleveland Browns among the group. It is believed that Washington is seeking a first-round pick as compensation for the tackle.


Asking price for Lions CB Slay is reportedly very high
Two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay has reportedly been made available for trade by the Detroit Lions, but according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the price for Slay is very high.

From @gmfb: The #Lions’ asking price for CB Darius Slay has remained incredibly high so I don’t see him getting traded today, nor has there been any indication #Giants CB Janoris Jenkins is on the move. #NFLTradeDeadline #AsOfRightNow pic.twitter.com/7mMEPkvAaP

— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 29, 2019
The Eagles have been attached to Slay in rumours but Garafolo reports that Eagles general manager Howie Roseman is unlikely to want give the Lions the compensation they’re seeking, which the NFL Insider likens to what the Jaguars got in their deal with the Los Angeles Rams for star cornerback Jalen Ramsey. The Rams gave up two-first round picks and a fourth-rounder to get Ramsey.


Giants CB Jenkins isn’t fazed by deadline
Rumours have circulated that the New York Giants could be looking to deal cornerback Janoris Jenkins, but the veteran player says he isn’t concerned about possibly getting shipped out.

“I don’t give a f*** what they do,” Jenkins said of the trade rumours following the Giants’ loss to the Detroit Lions last Sunday. “I just came to play football like I do every week. Whatever happens, happens.”


Jets reportedly willing to trade WR Anderson for the right price
The New York Jets are open to trading to wide receiver Robby Anderson for the right price, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Anderson is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season. He has 21 catches for 309 yards and one touchdown through seven games this season and has compiled 176 receptions for 2,589 yards and 16 touchdowns over his four-year career.

“I can’t call it, it’s a business…God forbid that was my last game as a Jet, it would be disappointing to go out like this” – @youngamazing9 pic.twitter.com/90YEp3MwmD

— Jets Videos (@snyjets) October 28, 2019
Callahan was noncommittal about whether Williams would play for Washington this season. Multiple outlets reported this week that Williams had no intention of playing.

“I’m hopeful that he does,” Callahan said. “I think his heart is in the right spot. I think Trent loves football. There’s nobody that loves football more, that’s into it, that studies the game, that really gets into the matchups and is challenged by the matchups. There’s no question that he has a love and a passion for playing football.”

The Redskins are 1-7 yet did not make any moves before the trade deadline Tuesday. Williams reported shortly after the deadline passed.

“You don’t want to see a guy like that leave the franchise,” Moses said. “Obviously there’s a point they have to come to and make moves. I’m glad he’s here.”

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, occupies the locker stall that used to be half of Williams’. Haskins got to meet Williams for the first time but doesn’t know if he’ll ever have him protecting his blind side.

“Trent, yeah, pretty cool dude,” Haskins said. “I’m actually taller than him. Whether he admits or not, that’s pretty cool. But it was nice to meet him for the first time. I hope I get to talk to him.”

NOTES: No. 1 QB Case Keenum was limited in practice and is still in the concussion protocol. Callahan has said Keenum will start if he’s cleared. … RB Adrian Peterson (ankle) did not practice but is expected to play at Buffalo.

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