Redskins: Why bringing back Trent Williams is the best option in 2020

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LANDOVER, MD – SEPTEMBER 20: Defensive back Tanard Jackson #36 of the Washington Redskins, nose tackle Chris Baker #92 of the Washington Redskins, inside linebacker Will Compton #51 of the Washington Redskins, and tackle Trent Williams #71 of the Washington Redskins prepare to run onto the field prior to the start of a game against the St. Louis Rams at FedExField on September 20, 2015 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Matt Hazlett/Getty Images)

There’s talk Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams might return in 2020. Is that the best choice for Washington?

Reports yesterday detailed conversations between Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera and seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams. Per Ian Rapoport, Trent Williams has “touched base” with Rivera, and the two have had positive conversations to this point.

The next step for the Redskins is to bring Williams back on a visit, if talks continue to go well. But is re-signing Williams ultimately the best move, when the 2020 offseason might present other alternatives to mull over?

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Here’s why, despite the offseason excitement, sticking with what they know might be in Washington’s best interest.

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