PFT makes it sound like they offered a 2nd round pick but Trent Williams nixed the trade. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/04/25/report-trent-williams-declined-trade-to-minnesota/
ETA: But Williams denies nixing the trade, https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29097412/redskins-ot-trent-williams-denies-nixing-potential-trade-vikings
I'm hoping a recent trend continues...
2014: Drafted Zack Martin/Didn't draft Johnny Manziel, traded up for Demarcus Lawrence, and got Anthony Hitchens in the 4th. Went 12-4 and won 1st playoff game since 95-96.
2016: Drafted Zeke, Jaylon Smith, Maliek Collins, Dak, and Anthony Brown. Went 13-3 before losing to Aaron Rodgers AGAIN in the divisional round.
2018: Drafted Leighton Vander Esch, Connor Williams (though Philly jumped ahead of Dallas to grab TE Dallas Goedert. Philly fans LOVED that, more on that in a minute), and Michael Gallup. Went 10-6 (special thanks to the Cooper trade) and won a playoff game.
Since it's another even year, hopefully this draft pans out like those drafts and Dallas can return to the playoffs. And the added schadenfreude of watching Eagles twitter absolutely melt down first over Dallas grabbing Lamb ahead of them and then the Eagles drafting Hurts has been pure spiteful joy.