With the 2021 NFL draft appropriate three weeks away, the Washington Soccer Team began clearing some room on their offseason roster by releasing five avid gamers on Friday.
One of these released avid gamers is tight cease Thaddeus Moss. An undrafted free agent out of LSU in 2020, Moss was once recognized with a broken bone in his foot sooner than the draft. He was once released in training camp, but went unclaimed and reverted to Washington’s injured reserve checklist.
The son of Randy Moss, Thaddeus Moss signed with Washington closing offseason as a consequence of the body of workers’s lack of depth at the tight cease location.
Also released was once defensive variety out Caleb Brantley. Brantley had been with Washington since Sept. 2018 but did now not gape loads of stream. He sat out the 2020 season as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brantley’s initiate doubtless has more to care for out with Washington’s prominent depth at the location.
WFT also released working backs Javon Leake and Michael Warren, and big receiver Emanuel Hall.
Now we delight in got released the following avid gamers:
DT Caleb Brantley
WR Emanuel Hall
RB Javon Leake
TE Thaddeus Moss
RB Michael Warren pic.twitter.com/DrSRVRAL61
— Washington Soccer Team (@WashingtonNFL) April 9, 2021