As the regular season draws closer and closer, there’s still no end in sight to Trent Williams’ holdout from the Washington Redskins. When asked if he had spoken with the veteran left tackle recently, Washington coach Jay Gruden refused to say one way or another, instead choosing to focus on the players currently with the team, per John Keim of ESPN.

Williams has lived up to his offseason-long threat of staying away from the Redskins unless he was granted a contract extension. He skipped minicamp in May and refused to participate in any of Washington’s subsequent team activities leading up to training camp.

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The 31-year-old agreed to a five-year, $66 million extension with the Redskins in August 2015. Though currently scheduled to make a combined $23 million over the next two seasons before his contract expires, Williams nevertheless lacks a sense of security given Washington’s newfound ability to cut him without incurring significant financial penalty.

Williams’ discontent with the Redskins doesn’t just stem from his contract situation, though. He reportedly has grown sour on the team’s medical staff, too, leading to speculation that he doesn’t want to continue his career in Washington D.C. regardless of whether or not he receives a new deal.

Washington has resisted calls to trade Williams since training camp began despite no indication he has any plans of reporting to the team. In late July, the Redskins signed veteran Donald Penn, who spent the previous five seasons starting for the Oakland Raiders, ostensibly to take Williams’ place on the left side of the offensive line.