Roster Updates: Redskins cutdown day tracker

Ben Krimmel
August 30, 2019 - 8:20 pm

All around the NFL the cuts are coming and the Washington Redskins have to trim their preseason roster of 90 players to a final roster of just 53 players by 4 p.m. ET Saturday. 

With the fourth preseason game behind us, some 1,200 players will be out of a job. It is the cruel nature of professional football.

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With the deadline coming, which players have the Redskins already sent players have already been dismissed?

Linebacker Gary Johnson, who the Skins signed a few weeks ago, was waived Saturday morning, per The Fan's Craig Hoffman.

Defensive Lineman Austin Maloata, an undrafted player out of Austin Peay, has been released, Hoffman confirmed. 

Wide receiver Josh Doctson has not been released, but the team is looking to either trade or cut him Saturday, per Ian Rapoport and confirmed by Hoffman.

Wide receiver Cam Sims has been released. He tweeted a hand waving emoji earlier Saturday.

Running back Samaje Perine has been cut, according to John Keim and confirmed by The Fan's Hoffman.

Running back Byron Marshall, who survived Saturday, was released Sunday after the Redskins claimed Wendell Smallwood off waivers, per Keim.

Linebacker BJ Blunt has been released, Hoffman reported.

Tight End JP Holtz will be released, per Hoffman.

Linebacker Marquis Flowers announced his departure from the team on Twitter.

Defensive Lineman JoJo Wicker was released, per Ben Standig

Safety JoJo McIntosh, who received the second-highest undrafted free agent bonus for Washington this year, was released Rapoport reported.

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Offensive Guard Jerald Foster became the first cut on the O-line, per Keim.

Tight End Donald Parham was released, according to Standig.

Tight End Matt Flanagan, played three games for Washington in 2018, was released. Hoffman reported he will get an injured designation which means he could revert to Washington's IR if he goes unclaimed.

Linebacker Andrew Ankrah, per Standig.

Offensive tackle Timon Parris has been cut.

Cornerback Adonis Alexander was released.

Wide Receiver Brian Quick was cut by the Skins.

Defensive lineman Jonathan Bonner

Safety Jeremy Reaves was cut Saturday.

Cornerback Ashton Lampkin has been released, Hoffman reported.

Offensive tackle Blake Hance was cut, per Standig.

Offensive guard Hugh Thornton, per Hoffman, who noted the team will likely keep nine offensive linemen.

Offensive guard Zac Kerin was among those cut, per Kareem Copeland.

Defensive tackle Khairi Clark was released, per Keim.

Defensive tackle Ryan Bee was cut Saturday.

Running back Craig Reynolds has been released, according to Copeland.

Offensive tackle Corey Robinson was also cut.

Defensive back Deion Harris was released, per Standig.

Quarterback Jalan McClendon was released.

The full list of cuts by Washington:

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Also, several former Redskins became free agents on Friday.

Safety Su'a Cravens, who earlier this offseason accused the Reskins of mishandling injuries, was released by the Denver Broncos.

Linebacker Will Compton announced his own release from the New Orleans Saints.

WR Terrelle Pryor became a free agent after being let go by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

TE Logan Paulsen was cut by the Atlanta Falcons.

WR Michael Floyd's release was announced by the Baltimore Ravens.

WR Rashad Ross, who spent time with the AAF, was cut by the Carolina Panthers.

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