Report: Su’a Cravens reinstated by NFL after missing 2017

According to a report from ESPN’s Field Yates, former USC safety Su’a Cravens has been reinstated by the NFL after he missed all of the 2017 season with the Washington Redskins.

From ESPN:

Washington had placed Cravens on the exempt/left squad list on Sept. 3 after the second-year player said he wanted to retire. Cravens was dealing with family issues at the time.

On Sept. 18, the team placed Cravens on the reserve/left squad list, which meant he had to sit out the season.

In December, his agent said in a statement that Cravens had been cleared to resume football activities after suffering from post-concussion syndrome; he suffered a concussion in Week 4 of the 2016 season.

Cravens has three years left on his contract with the Redskins, but it’s unclear if Cravens will return to the Washington roster for the 2018 season.

Cravens was drafted in the second round in 2016 out of USC and appeared in 11 games as a rookie for Washington.

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