For the second August, Washington commanders released wide receiver Calvin Harmon.
Harmon's release this year was part of a Commanders deal that
narrowed their roster to 80 players before Tuesday's deadline.
Washington also issued offensive tackle Rashod Hill.
Harmon was Washington's sixth-round draft pick in 2019.
He came up with Terry McLaurin and the two were seen as a possible future pairing.
The commanders released the Harmon in August last year before the final cut.
McLaurin is a franchise player and last month signed a three-year extension worth $72.8 million.
Curtis Samuels, who the team signed last year for three years,
$34.5 million, is on track to recover after the 2021 season. Also,
Washington drafted Jahan Dotson in the first round this year and Dimy Brown in the third round last year.