Report: Former USC safety Su’a Cravens applies for NFL reinstatement

Former USC safety Su’a Cravens is interested in a return to the NFL, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Cravens reportedly has applied to the NFL for reinstatement.

Cravens was placed on the reserve/left squad list last September after pondering retirement and stepping away from the Washington Redskins.

Cravens, a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, was dealing with an injured knee at the time of his departure and was expected to miss part of the season. However, Cravens’ reason for pondering retirement were deeper than just the injury.

Cravens, 22, would still be one of the youngest players in the NFL if he can return to the field.

Cravens was named first-team All-Pac-12 in 2014 for the Trojans and started 40 games for USC over three seasons.

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