Su'a Cravens Reportedly Reinstated by NFL After Sitting Out 2017 Season

By Sports Wire on February 14, 2018

Washington safety Su'a Cravens is reportedly eligible to play in the NFL again after sitting out the 2017 season.

On Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reported a source told ESPN's Field Yates the league reinstated Cravens from the reserve/left squad list. According to Keim, Washington placed the safety on the exempt/left squad list on Sept. 3 when he was dealing with family issues and said he preferred to retire and then moved him to the reserve/left squad list on Sept. 18.

While Keim noted it "remains a question" if Cravens will play in 2018, his agent said in December he was cleared to resume playing after suffering from post-concussion syndrome from a concussion he suffered during the 2016 campaign.

Washington would absorb a $1.7 million cap hit if it trades or releases Cravens—who has two years remaining on his deal—before June 1, per Keim.

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