Trade No. 1
First-round pick (No. 22)
Fifth-round pick (No. 168)
It is clear that the Redskins are looking for a considerable amount for Trent Williams despite the player stating publicly he wants to move on.
The Vikings offering the first-round selection they acquired from the Bills in the Stefon Diggs trade might be enough to convince Washington to part ways with their left tackle. An added sweetener of a fifth-round pick would also make the deal more enticing.
Minnesota is still in win-now mode and while a first-round draft prospect might be better long term, would they instantly provide them with the sort of production Williams could give the franchise?
The answer is no, and although Williams is now 32-years-old, he still has some good seasons left in him. If the Vikings are serious about winning with their current roster, then a first-round pick might be a sacrifice worth making.
Giving the Redskins another first-round selection would allow them to draft a younger left tackle option to further aid with their rebuilding process. They already have the second overall pick, where they are expected to take former Ohio State pass-rushing phenom, Chase Young.
Whether Minnesota wants to part with their 22nd pick or not remains to be seen. A lot will depend on the current mindset within the organization and whether or not they think a Super Bowl is a realistic ambition in 2020.