The NFL has reinstated Washington Redskins security Su’a Cravens, a league supply advised ESPN’s Discipline Yates.
Cravens had utilized for reinstatement off the reserve/left squad record.
Having a wholesome Jonathan Allen may help the Redskins’ woeful run D, whereas Alex Smith’s success with first-down throws ought to assist generate offense.
He sat out the 2017 season after telling the Redskins in early September that he was pondering retirement. On the time of his announcement, Cravens declined to supply perception into why he opted to step away however he did point out a possible return: “Hopefully, round this time subsequent 12 months I will be again on that area.”
Whether or not or not he returns to Washington, nonetheless, stays a query.
Cravens has three years left on his authentic deal. If Washington launched or traded him, it would not be an enormous cap hit. Cravens would depend $1.7 million in opposition to the cap if traded or launched previous to June 1. Almost certainly he could be traded earlier than or through the draft, so Washington might get an additional decide.
Cravens, 22, was a second-round select of Southern California in 2016. He performed in 11 video games as a rookie.
Data from ESPN’s John Keim was used on this report.