Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he's become "numb" to tackle Trent Williams' situation and has no expectation about him ending the holdout this week.
Williams has held out since training camp opened, telling people close to him it's because of issues with the medical staff. However, neither Williams nor his agent has spoken publicly about the matter. They have told people he would not play for the Redskins again. He's not expected to end that holdout this week.
Gruden has remained publicly optimistic about getting Williams back. Although trading him remains an option, Gruden said last week that he still feels "very strongly" that the Redskins won't trade the six-time Pro Bowl left tackle. But, Monday, Gruden sounded exasperated.