NFL Redskins 

Cut day comes and goes in D.C, a certain signal caller not on the list

The Washington Redskins have had an extremely busy two weeks in the headlines, they just can’t seem to stay out of their own way. With cut day approaching and one of their headlines being associated with said day, there were quite a few folks lined up, eagerly awaiting the list of players that would be cut. Let’s just say a certain quarterback from the 2012 Draft was not apart of the list. Washington cut 20 players on Saturday ahead of the 4 p.m. deadline as all teams were required to do.

During Washington’s preseason run, there were several players that appeared to be fan favorites to make the team on the backend. Houston Bates, Reggie Bell, Je’Ron Hamm, and Trey Williams are a few of those names. While being cut doesn’t mean that the practice squad is not an option, it does give an idea to how the coaching staff views the roster. There were a few players who played their way onto the roster like Rashad Ross and Jackson Jeffcoat, again, acquiring depth is a positive for a team that had a top five pick last season.

We’ll be breaking down the 53 players that did make the team later this week on our site, be sure to check back in.

Here is a list of the players that were cut:

LB Houston Bates
WR Reggie Bell
RB Mack Brown
FB Jordan Campbell
T Takoby Cofield
DE Corey Crawford
DB DaMon Cromartie-Smith
S Akeem Darius
CB Quinton Dunbar
TE Je’Ron Hamm
LB Sage Harold
C/G Tyler Larsen
WR Colin Lockett
LB Terrance Plummer
C Austin Reiter
DL Travan Robertson
WR Evan Spencer
DL Robert Thomas
TE D.J. Williams
RB Trey Williams

Check back later this week on MMOS for a more in-depth look at the Redskins 53-man roster.

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