Suspended Redskins players Trent Williams and Fred Davis declined to speak with reporters as they left Redskins Park for the final time this season.
Players reported to Redskins Park for a 10 a.m. team meeting and cleaned out their lockers.
Davis, the first-string tight end, and Williams, the starting left tackle, were suspended for the final four games of the season for failing multiple drug tests. They both came into the locker room and took a drug test Monday.
Afterwards, they were ushered out of the locker room by Redskins PR chief Tony Wyllie. They declined to answer questions.
Davis and Williams have worked out at Redskins Park the last two weeks, but haven’t been made available to reporters since their suspensions.
It was unclear whether the players were instructed not to speak Monday or declined on their own.
Williams was Washington’s top draft pick in 2010, taken fourth overall out of Oklahoma. Davis was Washington’s leading receiver until his suspension and will be a free agent this offseason.