After a couple weeks of speculation about the Denver Broncos being interested in Washington Redskins safety Su’a Cravens, a deal has been done to send the “wannabe retired” safety to the Denver Broncos.

Deal:

More info:

Before the start of the 2017 season, Cravens told the Redskins he planned on retiring. However the organization talked Cravens out of that but he did not play an entire snap during the 2017 campaign.

Cravens on social media:

It seems as if Cravens is happy about where he is headed. A new home. Maybe there he won’t go AWOL.

Redskins get a early fourth rounder, two fifth rounders and 2020 conditional sixth rounder. Denver will get Cravens, mid-fourth rounder and a mid-fifth rounder.

Will Compton was not happy when he heard the news of Cravens potentially wanting to retire and asked him what drives him. It is obvious Compton has the drive to succeed, Cravens, well has the drive to quit on a team who took him in the NFL Draft.

Guess we will see how Cravens and the Broncos gel.

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