The Redskins announced a trio of cuts on Saturday, severing ties with reserves Josh Hull, Josh Bellamy and Ryan Mouton.
Hull, an inside linebacker, recorded a team-leading 14 special teams tackles last season, despite appearing in only 11 games. But the 26-year-old played only one snap on defense and got squeezed out by the free agent signings of Darryl Sharpton, Akeem Jordan and Adam Hayward—all inside linebackers who also play special teams.
Bellamy, a 24-year-old wide receiver, suited up for fives games last season, appearing exclusively on special teams. He did not take a snap on offense.
Mouton, a 27-year-old cornerback, did not suit up for the Redskins in 2013.