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- Redskins Release Safety Troy Vincent

Chris Pokorny February 23, 2007
Chris Pokorny
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The Washington Redskins have released veteran safety Troy Vincent to save the team about $1.3 million in salary cap space. Once a standout cornerback for the Philadelphia Eagles, Vincent's career has diminished in recent years. Last year, Vincent began the season with the Buffalo Bills but was placed on the injured reserve after hurting his hamstring in the team's first game of the season.

After being released several games into the season, Vincent signed a three-year, $3.9 million deal with the Redskins in an attempt to improve upon Adam Archuleta's struggles on defense. Unfortunately, Vincent was not able to do much for one of the worst defenses in football.

Vincent is also the president of the NFL Players Association, and should find work elsewhere, but possibly in backup duty.

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