Redskins announce practice squad

Redskins practice squad tracker 2019
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A day after some 1,200 players were told they did not make an NFL roster, some 320 will get an instant reprieve and a coveted spot on a team's practice squad.

The Washington Redskins have made their final cuts and have a 53-man roster, but Sunday is all about filling in the spaces that may come in handy when the injury bug bites.

Here is the Redskins' 10-man practice squad:

Cornerback Adonis Alexander, per John Keim.
Wide receiver Cam Sims, per Keim.
Tight End JP Holtz, per The Fan's Craig Hoffman.

Confirming JP Holtz to the #Redskins practice squad, per league source. @john_keim first

— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) September 1, 2019

Defensive lineman Ryan Bee, per Keim.

Ryan Bee to the Redskins practice squad per source

— John Keim (@john_keim) September 1, 2019

Offensive lineman Timon Parris, per Kareem Copeland.

Running back Craig Reynolds, per Copeland.

Safety Jeremy Reaves, per Keim.

Wide Receiver Jehu Chesson, the team announced.

Linebacker Darrell Williams, the team announced.

Linebacker Chris Odom, the team announced Monday, Sept. 2.

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