Washington cuts former starting tight end Logan Paulsen

AP

For a few years, Logan Paulsen was the starting tight end in Washington. But he missed all of last year with an injury and is now out of work.

Paulsen did not make Washington’s 53-man roster, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports. Paulsen started 42 games from 2011 to 2014, but he missed the entire 2015 season after suffering a toe injury in August.

PFT has also learned that Washington cut offensive lineman Vinston Painter.

Other players reportedly cut in Washington today include defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis, defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins, receiver T.J. Thorpe, offensive lineman Isaiah Williams, offensive lineman Nila Kasitati and outside linebacker Mike Wakefield.