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12/12/17 - S Su'a Cravens has received medical clearance to resume football activities and wants to return next season, his agent said in a statement Tuesday. Agent Fadde Mikhail said Cravens, who was suffering from post-concussion syndrome, was treated by Dr. Michael Collins at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Sport Medicine Concussion Program. "Su'a has undergone targeted treatment and rehabilitation," Mikhail said in a statement. "He is now asymptomatic and cleared to return back to ALL THINGS FOOTBALL. Su'a is excited and looking forward to the 2018 NFL season and the many years to follow."
09/18/17 - S Su'a Cravens was placed on the reserve/left squad list, meaning he is ineligible to return during the 2017 regular season or postseason. Cravens, a second-round draft pick of the Redskins in 2016, had been recovering from knee surgery he had in August and was reportedly considering retirement. "We sincerely hope that Su'a uses this time away from the club to reflect upon whether or not he'd like to resume his career in the National Football League in 2018," a partial statement released by the Redskins on Monday read.
09/03/17 - S Su'a Cravens was reportedly talked out of retiring at the age of 22. Cravens told some within the Washington Redskins' organization this weekend that he was planning to retire, but a meeting with the team's coaches and executives changed his mind for now, league sources told ESPN. The Redskins were sent scrambling when Cravens came to Redskins Park on Sunday morning to inform team president Bruce Allen of his decision to retire, a person with knowledge of the situation told the Washington Post. Allen was able to convince Cravens to postpone his decision. Cravens, who has been nursing a knee injury, now is expected to miss the start of the season as Washington helps him address his issues rather than have him walk away from the game, according to ESPN. The 6-foot-1, 224-pound Cravens, a second-round pick out of USC in 2016, recorded 34 tackles, one sack and one interception in 11 games (three starts) during his rookie season.
08/17/17 - S Su'a Cravens had knee surgery this week to repair torn meniscus. The starter at strong safety, he is expected to return in time for the Sept. 10 season opener against Philadelphia.
08/15/17 - S Su'a Cravens is expected to be ready for the Washington Redskins' season opener despite being slated to undergo a meniscus trim, multiple outlets reported on Tuesday. Cravens injured his knee during the preseason opener against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday. The 22-year-old has worked as a starter throughout training camp, although he spent his first NFL season at linebacker in 2016.
Cravens, a second-round selection, recorded 33 tackles and one interception last season.