LANDOVER, MARYLAND – SEPTEMBER 13: A general view during the Washington Football Team and Philadelphia Eagles game at FedExField on September 13, 2020 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr / Getty Images)

In one notable move, the Washington Football Team reportedly continues from a longtime starter.

According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, Washington chooses to deviate from offensive lineman Morgan Moses. The organization has Moses seek a deal that would give Washington some pay room.

“The Washington Football team is likely to stand out from OT Morgan Moses, sources say, giving Moses an opportunity to seek a deal,” Rapoport said Tuesday. “Moses will have to pay $ 7.75 million in 2021, and if a team acts for the trusted player, they’ll pick up the salary.”

Moses spent his entire seven year NFL career with Washington. He has started in all 16 games over the past six seasons. Washington will now look for a new real device if Moses finds a trading partner.

The Washington Football team is likely assuming OT Morgan Moses’ long-standing founding, sources say, giving Moses a chance to seek a deal. Moses is due $ 7.75 million in 2021, and if a team acts for the trusted player, they will receive the salary.

– Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 18, 2021

The Washington Football team selected Morgan Moses in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft. Before starting his career, he played college football in Virginia.

Moses was originally referred to as a “project” leaving college. But the offensive tackle quickly became an NFL starter. After an ups and downs rookie season, Moses secured Washington’s right point of attack and never looked back. He has started in every game since the 2015 season.

Many teams are in the market for an outstanding offensive approach. Moses fits the bill. Washington should have no problem finding a trading partner for Moses in the coming weeks.