The Washington Redskins released veteran cornerback Orlando Scandrick on Tuesday.

The move comes as kind of a surprise, considering Scandrick signed with the team this offseason and had worked all training camp as a starter.

Washington signed Scandrick in March to a two-year deal worth up to $7 million. The Redskins wanted him to start in the slot and perhaps on the outside; that’s how they used him throughout camp. 

The Redskins will save $2.093 million against the cap and have $500,000 of dead money in 2018 and ’19.

Not all bad, he still got that signing bonus. 

Looks like his wife won’t be joining Real Housewives of Potamac anytime soon. Wha, Wha, Whaaa!