The Cravens trade features a pair of non-playoff teams from a season ago. In addition, Denver sends a fifth-rounder to Washington - also from this year - and a conditional sixth-round pick in 2020. Cravens seemed to position himself for a long career on the Washington defense. Expected to be a starter last season, the 6-foot-1, 225-pound Cravens was sidelined last August following knee surgery to fix a torn meniscus.
After initially announcing in the preseason that he meant to retire for medical and personal reasons, Cravens missed all of last season on the reserve/left squad list.
Washington moving on from Cravens is not a surprise, considering how his tenure unfolded, which included a brief "retirement" from football. If Cravens is good to go in 2018, this looks like a good move for the Broncos. "I guess some things never change". The Broncos view Cravens as an upgrade over Simmons. They recently added quarterback Case Keenum, who led the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC championship game.
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