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Topic - Sav Rocca
The Redskins made a series of roster moves Tuesday, cutting veterans along with young players, but the cuts made few surprises.
The Redskins made a series of roster moves on Tuesday, releasing Carriker, Rocca and three others in an attempt to gain additional financial flexibility entering the start of the free agency period next week.
The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca.
Should the Redskins bring in competition for their kickers? Tandler and Tarik examine the question.
Overall, coach Mike Shanahan lived up to his word. The Redskins mostly remained idle, limited by having only $3 million or so of salary cap space because of their $18 million cap penalty.
"It's sore, but I want to keep my job, so I keep punting," Rocca said Wednesday. "It's in the back of my mind that it's there. It is painful, but I try and get by. I can hit good punts with it, so I don't blame it for having a bad punt."
"The actual kick is OK," he said. "It's my lead-up before the kick, the steps, the planting, that I feel it."