Capital Games
Covering the biggest personalities in DMV sports

Redskins Announce Final Roster Cuts, Trim Team Down to 52 Men

Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Getty Images
    Tim Hightower (No. 25) headlines the list of 22 men let go by the Redskins Friday.

    The NFL preseason is over (thankfully) and with the regular season set to begin next week, all 32 teams were required to finalize their 53-man roster by Friday evening.

    The Washington Redskins did their part, letting go of 22 players Friday, including some notable names. Various reports have accumulated the list below throughout the day, but the 'Skins have officially confirmed that the following players are no longer members of the team:

    Cooley: "I'm a Redskin"

    [DC] Cooley: "I'm a Redskin"
    Chris Cooley reflects on his years with the Washington Redskins and considers his possible future in the NFL. (Published Thursday, Aug 30, 2012)

    1. RB Tim Hightower
    2. WR Anthony Armstrong
    3. WR Terrence Austin
    4. DB Travon Bellamy
    5. FB Dorson Boyce
    6. T Tom Compton
    7. C Eric Cook
    8. QB Jonathan Crompton (who was cut for the second time this week)
    9. RB Tristan Davis
    10. NT Marlon Favorite
    11. C Grant Garner
    12. LB Donnell Holt
    13. NT Delvin Johnson
    14. LB Brian McNally
    15. TE Richard Quinn
    16. T Willie Smith
    17. CB Brandyn Thompson
    18. LB Markus White
    19. DE Doug Worthington
    20. CB David Jones
    21. LB Bryan Kehl
    22. DL Darrion Scott

    Safety Tanard Jackson has been suspended by the NFL indefinitely for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Of course, the 'Skins also parted ways with tight end Chris Cooley earlier this week. The Redskins are moving forward with 52 players, giving them room to add someone else in the future.

    Cooley: "I Can Play at a High Level"

    [DC] Cooley: "I Can Play at a High Level"
    Chris Cooley reflects on his years with the Washington Redskins and considers his possible future in the NFL. (Published Thursday, Aug 30, 2012)

    Washington opens its season September 9 against the New Orleans Saints.


    Follow Adam on Twitter @AdamVingan and e-mail your story ideas to adamvingan (at) gmail.com.