- The Washington Times - Monday, November 18, 2019

Su’a Cravens is safe after the former Redskins safety posted an alarming series of social media posts, according to a pair of former teammates. 

Will Blackmon, who played with Cravens in 2016, gave an update on Cravens early Monday morning. Linebacker Will Compton also seemingly shared an update on Cravens as well, saying “All is okay. No need to worry anymore. He is safe and with family.”

Late Sunday, Cravens posted a number of messages that caused people to worry, including one that said, “If these are my last days, I want to say I love you and I always will. God I leave the rest up to you” and another that said “Goodbye” and included a heart emoji. Cravens then wiped the content on all his social media accounts.


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The Redskins drafted Cravens out of USC in the second round of the 2016 draft. The 24-year-old left the team in 2017 prior to the start of the season and was shutdown for the year when he tried to return weeks later, leading to the Redskins trading him the following spring. 

Cravens is not on an NFL roster as he was released by the Denver Broncos in August. 

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