There's no secret that the top priority this offseason for Jets GM Joe Douglas is rebuilding an offensive line that struggled mightily in keeping Sam Darnold (and other Jets QBs) upright in 2019.
And when it comes to the all-important left tackle spot, there is not bigger name on the market than Washington Redskins veteran Trent Williams, who has been given permission by the team to seek a trade.
But after sitting a season out due to contract disputes and health issues, Williams will still cost any interested team a decent amount, both in terms of trade assets and a new contract.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano discussed just what that price could be.
"A year ago, according to reports, the Redskins were looking for a first-rounder in return," says Vacchiano. "My sources tell me that the price is likely to drop for the seven-time Pro-Bowler."