Redskins' Su'a Cravens reportedly pondering retirement at 22

Redskins change Su'a Cravens' mind about retiring for now

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Second-year Washington Redskins safety Su'a Cravens informed team president Bruce Allen on Sunday morning that he planned to retire, however, Allen convinced the 22-year-old to hold off on the decision, according to The Washington Post.

The 22-year-old Cravens, Washington's expected starter at strong safety, has been out since August 15 following knee surgery to fix a torn meniscus, but was expected to return to practice this week to prepare for the season opener September 10 against Philadelphia.

Cravens is one of the league's youngest players, a second-round pick a year ago, and he is struggling with his transition to the NFL. Washington officials want to help him through it rather than have him walk away from the game, which would make him one of the youngest National Football League players to date to retire.

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Cravens must sit out for a month, at which point the Redskins will have to make a decision about his status.? Players were left to address the stunning news that Cravens had considered retirement. Compton told him, "I haven't felt it from you". An anonymous former teammate of Cravens' told ESPN that the safety has lost his love for the game. "(Cravens has) got to handle what he needs to handle, whether it's mental, whether it's family.

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Football has always been a unsafe sport, but recent research has provided insight into how life-threatening the game can be. He then had to undergo knee surgery back in August. "I don't feel like I have to", Cravens said.

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