Over the course of the off-season, tackle Trent Williams has been holding out in hopes of a trade or a new deal.
But on the Sports Junkies Monday morning, Redskins offensive lineman Morgan Moses said he's hopeful Williams will be back with the team.
When asked about Williams' potential return, Moses hinted that chances he returns are "I would say 50-50."
"I know one thing is he's in the best shape he's ever been he's told me," Moses said. "So when he does get the call and when he does get back he'll be ready to roll."
One thing that Moses was quick to point out was that Williams' fitness, and ability to stay healthy, has been a reason he's been so reliable.
"Obviously you can't replace a guy of that caliber and what he brings to the team," Moses said. "His body's his business. without him taking care of his body he wouldn't be able to do what he does in the last nine, 10 years he's been in the league."
The Skins will hope Williams returns in time for their Week 2 matchup against their rival, the Dallas Cowboys, after a disappointing 32-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
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