But Seastrunk’s overall body of work during the preseason wasn’t good enough. Running backs have to block, too. And they need to churn yardage on plays from scrimmage. Not every play can be a home run.
“It’s not over for Lache. I’m sure somebody will get a look at him and it could be us later on,” Redskins coach Jay Gruden said. “But we’ll see. We felt like we went with the three running backs who did the best and we only picked three for a number of reasons.”
From Why the Redskins Cut Running Back Lache Seastrunk, Washington.cbslocal.com