So much for Washington not trading Su’a Cravens.
Cravens, the Washington safety who was drafted in the second round in 2016 and didn’t play at all in 2017, has been traded to Denver.
The number one thing which was endorsed repeatedly by our membership was the integrity of our game though. We have to make sure that whatever environment we’re working in — and some of that might be related to what the Supreme Court decides, some of it may be future legislation – we need to make sure we’re operating in an environment where we can protect that integrity of our game. We recognize that we’re dealing in an environment here where we don’t know what the Supreme Court is going to do and we don’t know how other issues are going to resolve, but we wanted to make sure our clubs fully understood what we’re doing to make sure we’re prepared for that.
The former second-round pick has appeared in just two games for Dallas, registering nine tackles and one sack. It’s unclear whether the Cowboys would welcome Gregory back. Executive vice president Stephen Jones said in February the franchise couldn’t count on Gregory being part of its future plans.
And if Bell doesn’t budge on his contract demands, he’ll again play under the franchise tag — this time for $14.5 million — and then will earn considerably less than that in 2019, whether that’s in Pittsburgh or elsewhere.
We’d love Reuben to be on this team, York told NBC Sports Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco. And we’d love him to participate for us. But if he’s not doing things off the field that allow us to be able to rely on him — or he’s doing something that we’re not comfortable with off the field and it’s proven that’s what’s going on — I think the guys have said then you’re just going to have to move on.