The Redskins have cut wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth, a league source told PFT on Monday.
The 32-year-old Stallworth re-joined the Redskins in June after previous stints with New England (2012, 2007), Washington (2011), Baltimore (2010), Cleveland (2008), Philadelphia (2006) and New Orleans (2002 through 2005). He caught two passes in Washington’s first preseason game but was also hampered with a hamstring injury.
Stallworth has hauled in 321 passes for 4,837 yards and 35 touchdowns since entering the NFL with the Saints more than a decade ago. At this stage of his career, Stallworth’s experience and speed could be attributes that get him a look from another club seeking to improve its reserve spots at wideout.