The Redskins announced Saturday that they have cut ties with inside linebacker Josh Hull, wide receiver Josh Bellamy and cornerback Ryan Mouton.
Hull and Bellamy played primarily on special teams last season. Hull appeared in 11 games and Bellamy suited up for five.
Mouton signed with the team at the start of training camp but got hurt and was released. The team re-signed him to a futures contract in January.
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