Registrato: 07/07/18 12:54
Sito web: http://www.dallascowbo...
|Washington decided to go with only two quarterbacks on its initial 53-player roster , cutting Kevin Hogan and Connor Jessop. That leaves Alex Smith and Colt McCoy.
The team also parted ways with nose tackle Phil Taylor Sr. Taylor, 30, has not played since 2014. A former first-round pick of the Browns, Washington signed him to a one-year deal in the offseason after he spent last season on injured reserve with a torn left quadriceps.
Washington also released running back Kapri Bibbs, receiver Brian Quick and center Demetrius Rhaney.
The team waived defensive back Quin Blanding, offensive tackle Kendall Calhoun, offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings , receiver Simmie Cobbs, Jr., linebacker Vontae Diggs, linebacker Jerod Fernandez, receiver Shay Fields, tight end Matt Flanagan tight end J.P. Holtz, tight end Garrett Hudson , defensive back Prince Charles Iworah, offensive guard Kyle Kalis, receiver Darvin Kidsey, offensive tackle John Kling, defensive back Kenny Ladler, linebacker Cassanova McKinzy, linebacker Dadi Nicolas , offensive tackle Timon Parris, nose tackle Ondre Pipkins, linebacker Pete Robertson, defensive end Dante Sawyer, running back De’Veon Smith, defensive back Fish Smithson, linebacker Martrell Spaight , defensive back Ranthony Texada, defensive tackle JoJo Wicker, receiver Daniel Williams III, offensive guard Isaiah Williams.
Washington placed guard Tyler Catalina on injured reserve, defensive end Stacy McGee on the physically unable to perform list and defensive back Joshua Holsey on the non-football injury list.`
A harbor seal that gained some fame by making annual Super Bowl picks usually incorrectly has died at a Connecticut aquarium.
The 35-year-old seal was named Orange and had been at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk since 2005. The aquarium said Monday that Orange had been undergoing treatment for cancer.
Orange was the aquarium's oldest seal. She was found stranded as a pup in 1982 and was rehabilitated at the National Aquarium in Baltimore before moving to Connecticut.
For the past seven years she would predict a Super Bowl winner by swimming to the window of her tank and putting her nose on a picture of the helmet of one of the two competing teams. She was right only twice: the New England Patriots in 2017 and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018.