Safety Su'a Cravens‘ return to the NFL may come in Denver.
Cravens applied for and received reinstatement to active status earlier this month after spending last season on the reserve/left squad list. Cravens walked away from Washington during the summer and revealed later in the year that he was dealing with post-concussion syndrome.
His departure didn’t set well with some teammates and word earlier this week was that Cravens is being shopped in a trade. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Denver has engaged in those talks and are the “most interested” in making a deal for the 2016 second-round pick at this point.
Denver had Darian Stewart and Justin Simmons as their starting safeties last year and both remain under contract for 2018. Cravens has played as a hybrid linebacker/safety in the past and could factor into the team’s plans at the former spot if Todd Davis leaves as a free agent.