Williams, the No. 6 overall draft pick in 2015, played exceedingly well last season and is eighth in the AFC with 88 quarterback hits since entering the league.
While the Jets, according to sources, are not interested in dealing Williams at this time, there is precedent for a trade for a player of Williams' talent.
The price for Williams, who is in the last year of his rookie contract, likely would be in a similar range or higher. It could get interesting if a team makes a strong push for Williams before the Oct. 29 deadline.
Williams, 25, has 11 tackles this season and 17 sacks in 68 career games.