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Trent Williams does not want to play for the Washington Redskins anymore, and that’s good news for NFL teams in need of a top-tier offensive tackle. According to NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, Williams has told teammates he’s demanded a trade or his release from the Redskins due to their handling of a recent medical situation. It will be interesting to see what teams are in the mix for Brown’s services. Whatever team he lands with will be sure to see a fair amount of NFL wagers placed on them. You can visit to find great online sportsbooks to place your bet and earn special bonuses.

There’s also speculation that Williams’ absence from offseason activities could be for financial reasons. The 30-year-old has just two years remaining on his current contract, and he’s scheduled to make $13 million this season and more than $14 million next season. Whatever the case, Williams clearly isn’t happy, and it doesn’t look like the Redskins will be able to talk him into staying.

If Washington can’t convince the Pro-Bowl left tackle to stay, here are five teams that could trade for Williams.

1. Cleveland Browns The Browns got quarterback Baker Mayfield some much-needed help in the form of star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. this offseason, but why stop there? Williams would be a major upgrade over what the Browns currently have at the position, and there’s no telling how good this offense could be if Mayfield had more time to throw. If the Browns are serious about chasing a title, they’ll go after Williams.

2. Houston Texans No quarterback spent more time running away from pass-rushers last season than Deshaun Watson. The Texans’ QB was sacked a league-leading 62 times in 2018. Houston did take an offensive tackle in the first round of this year’s draft, but no rookie could replicate the experience and veteran leadership that Williams has under his belt.

3. Minnesota Vikings The Vikings were a major disappointment last season, particularly on offense where they ranked in the bottom half in total yards and points per game. The passing game and ground game just never got going, but the addition of Williams could be the answer Minnesota is looking for. It’s also worth mentioning that Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is very familiar with Williams from his Redskins days, so the fit is a good one.

4. Buffalo Bills After taking Josh Allen in the first round of the draft two years ago, it looks like the Bills are totally committed to him under center. But with a poor offensive line, Allen’s development will only go so far. If Buffalo can swing a trade for Williams, though, there’s a good chance he could live up to the first-round expectations that he came into the league with.

5. Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers proved last season by making it to the divisional round that they’re only a few pieces away from becoming a championship-caliber team. Much of their success next season will depend heavily on what quarterback Philip Rivers can do in the passing game, so it makes sense for the front office to do everything it can to protect him. Williams could be that final piece that makes Los Angeles a Super Bowl contender in 2019.