The Washington Redskins released Donte Stallworth last week, and now, it looks like they will bring him back. A report by Howard Eskin in Philadelphia suggests it was true, and multiple reporters in Washington D.C. have confirmed the news.
Stallworth returns after not producing much in games for the Redskins. However, the team liked his presence in the locker room and have decided that is enough to have him return. The Redskins also need a wide receiver to replace Leonard Hankerson on the 53-man roster after the rookie suffered a torn labrum in his hip in the Redskins' 20-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
With Stallworth's return, the Redskins now employ the following group of healthy receivers. Santana Moss has not gone to injured reserve, but he is still hurt, as is Niles Paul.
- Jabar Gaffney
- Anthony Armstrong
- Terrence Austin
- David Anderson
- Donte' Stallworth
- Brandon Banks
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