“We got to get Trent in, we got to sit him down, see where he is, see how he is, health-wise too,” Rivera said on GMFB.
“We have not really had the contact we need to have to know.”
As the Redskins limped through a disastrous 3-13 season that saw coach Jay Gruden fired after the first five losses, it’s unknown how much different things would have been with Williams at left tackle.
Still, the promise of having him anchor the line as quarterback Dwayne Haskins develops is something Rivera is obviously keen on attempting, at the very least, to make happen.
Said Rivera: “He’s still our guy.”