Orlando Scandrick
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The Orlando Scandrick experiment didn’t last long enough for him to suit up in a regular season game. Five months after inking a two-year $7 million contract, the Redskins have cut ties with the veteran corner.

Scandrick receives the $1 million signing bonus but the rest of his contract was not guaranteed.

The 31-year-old Scandrick was a fifth-round pick of the Cowboys in 2008 and had played his entire career in Dallas before Washington signed him. Last year he started 11 games for the Cowboys, but they cut him this offseason. Now he’ll attempt to find a new team, less than a month before the start of the regular season.

Josh Norman and Quinton Dunbar are listed as the team’s starters on their ‘official’ depth chart–but youngsters Fabian Moreau, Adonis Alexander and Danny Johnson have impressed the Washington coaches enough to move forward without the veteran experience Scandrick brought to the club.

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