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1.Paul Richardson: Cut by Washington (RotoWire) Richardson is being released by Washington, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: It isn't clear if Richardson was approached about a pay cut before the final decision was made. Either way, he'll be free to immediately sign with a new team, after making it just two seasons deep on a five-year, $40 million contract. Richardson, who will turn 28 in April, missed the final five games of 2019 with a hamstring injury. A 44-703-6 receiving line for the 2017 Seahawks represents the only productive season on his NFL resume.4 days
2.Redskins | Paul Richardson officially cut (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, Washington Redskins WR Paul Richardson was officially released Friday, Feb. 14. 4 days
3.Redskins continue purge by cutting Richa... (Rotoworld) Redskins released WR Paul Richardson. Analysis: This comes mere hours after the Redskins cut the cord on perennial underachiever Josh Norman. Pink-slipping Richardson was an easy call, costing Washington just $2 million against the cap. Had the Redskins kept him, P-Rich would have been due a $6.5 million salary in 2020. Richardson had a tough go of it in Washington, compiling a lackluster 48-507-4 receiving line over 17 appearances after joining the team on a five-year contract in 2018. Injuries and erratic quarterback play were at least partially to blame for the 27-year-old's ineffect... (More)4 days
4.Paul Richardson reportedly on chopping b... (Rotoworld) Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer expects the Redskins to release Paul Richardson this offseason.4 days
5.Redskins | Paul Richardson to be waived (thehuddle) Washington Redskins WR Paul Richardson will be waived, according to a source Friday, Feb. 14. The team will create $2.5 million in salary cap savings with $6 million in dead money by releasing Richardson. Analysis: Richardson struggled since coming over from Seattle, catching only 48 passes for 507 yards and four TDs combined in his two seasons in D.C. He'll join the free-agent wideout pool, and could have some bounce-back low-end WR fantasy appeal depending on where he winds up.4 days