CARLISLE, PA., AUG. 25 -- The Washington Redskins will not participate in the National Football League's supplemental draft of ineligible college players Cris Carter and Charles Gladman, General Manager Bobby Beathard said today.

"What I think is wrong is rewarding a guy who sticks it to his school, his coaches and his teammates," Beathard said at the team's Dickinson College training camp.

"After analyzing it, Bobby wants to keep our relationship with the colleges," Coach Joe Gibbs said. "We feel like it's a mistake doing this {having the draft}."

Beathard said he called Pittsburgh Coach Mike Gottfried, Gladman's coach, and Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler, a critic of the supplemental draft, to tell them of the Redskins' decision.

Carter and Gladman had their remaining college eligibility revoked because of dealing with an agent. The NFL then decided both players could enter the league through a supplemental draft, which is scheduled for Friday.

Redskins rookie tight end Alfred Jenkins received approximately $4,800 from 1984 to 1986 from a member of agent Art Wilkinson's staff, the Philadelphia Inquirer has reported.

Wilkinson, who represents Washington rookie cornerback Brian Davis, said today by phone from Philadelphia that he "never gave a dime to a client," and the person who allegedly paid Jenkins no longer works for him.

Wilkinson also disputed the Inquirer's figures, saying, "That seems like an awful lot of money for a ninth-round draft pick, considering that Cris Carter got $5,000."

Jenkins, who is represented by Jeff Irwin of Phoenix, declined comment.

Three players were released today: defensive end Alec Gibson of Illinois; defensive tackle Ted Karras of Northwestern; and safety Charles Jackson of Texas Tech. The roster stands at 84.