The Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos are in trade discussions involving Redskins’ safety Su’a Cravens. Cravens, a 2016 draft choice of the redskins, was recently reinstated by the NFL in mid-February. Cravens left the Redskins last season, contemplating retirement due to ongoing concussion symptoms. He was medically cleared to return to football in December.
According to Redskins VP of Player Personnel, Cravens future will be determined soon ‘one way or another.” The way Cravens left the Redskins last year caused concerns in the Redskins locker room over his commitment not just to the team, but to football generally. It is hard to imagine that Cravens would in any way be on the Redskins roster come training camp.
Any trade with Denver will likely yield a mid to late round draft pick.