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Commanders release TE Logan Thomas after four seasons

3/1/2024 9:54:36 PM
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The Washington Commanders are releasing tight end Logan Thomas after four years with the team, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reports via Coral Smith of

It was the second roster move the Commanders made Friday, as NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported earlier in the day that left tackle Charles Leno Jr. had been informed of his release. The Commanders later announced both roster cuts.

Thomas was due $6.5 million for the upcoming season, including a $500k roster bonus that would have kicked in this month, per Garafolo, but instead the Commanders will save some cash by cutting him loose now.

The veteran tight end hauled in 55 catches for 496 yards and four touchdowns in 2023, his best finish since 2020 and tying for the team-lead in TD receptions.

Originally drafted by the Cardinals, Thomas has bounced around, seeing playing time with the Bills and Lions before finding a consistent role with Washington starting in 2020. But now he will be looking for a new team at 32 years old.

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