Redskins Trade Safety Su’a Cravens
ESPN’s insider Adam Schefter reports that the Washington Redskins have traded Safety Su’a Cravens to the Denver Broncos. The Broncos are swapping fourth- and fifth- round picks, and giving up another fifth- round pick in exchange for Cravens.
Denver is swapping fourth- and fifth-round picks, and giving another 5th-round pick with Washington in exchange for safety Su’a Cravens, per source. Cravens is a Bronco.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 28, 2018
The former second-round pick was placed on the reserve/left squad list for the entire 2017/18 season due to personal issues. Back in December, Cravens’ agent released a statement indicating concussions were the issue for the absence.
Cravens most memorable moment with the Redskins was the week 3 diving interception to seal the victory over the New York Giants. Cravens played 11 games in 2016 and only started three of them.
Cravens agent issued a statement that said the safety was allowed to resume football activities after recovering from post-concussion syndrome back in December.
Washington can finally move on from the Cravens drama and now turn their focus to the 2018 draft.