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Another T.O.-free Tryout Tuesday

Perrish Cox

Denver Broncos rookie cornerback Perrish Cox is seen in a photo provided Friday, Dec. 10, 2010 by the Douglas County, Colo., Sherrif’s Office. Police in a south Denver suburb say Cox has been arrested for investigation of felony sexual assault. Michelle Kivela, the public information officer for the city of Lone Tree, Colo., says Cox was arrested Thursday night following an investigation into an Oct. 28 incident. The case filing has been sealed at the request of the district attorney’s office. (AP Photo/Douglas County Sherrif’s Office)


Last Tuesday, receiver Terrell Owens worked out for no teams while 53 available players auditioned at facilities throughout the country. This Tuesday, T.O. once again was ignored.

One guy who wasn’t ignored was cornerback Perrish Cox (pictured). Though he has received little interest since being cut by the Broncos, the Redskins gave him a tryout despite pending charges arising from the alleged rape -- and impregnation -- of a woman who had passed out at his apartment in 2010. Cox’s trial is set for February 27.

Here’s the full tryout list for Tuesday, November 1, per a league source.

Falcons: running back Matt Asiata, Jason Davis, Billy Latsko.

Texans: linebackers Josh Bynes, David Nixon, Mike Rivera, Derrell Smith.

Colts: center Greg Ryan.

Dolphins: tackle Joel Bell; quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson; defensive backs Antareis Bryan, Ryan Jones, Brandon Underwood, Jonathan Wade, who was signed; running back Kareem Huggins; linebackers Rashad Jeanty and Nate Triplett; tight ends Ben Patrick and Richard Quinn.

Vikings: running back Aaron Brown, receiver Jamar Newsome, tackle Tyler Polumbus, defensive back C.J. Wilson.

Saints: defensive backs Michael Hamlin, Jonathan Nelson, Ricky Price, Andrew Sendejo.

Raiders: receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who was signed.

Seahawks: linebacker Savion Frazier.

Redskins: quarterback R.J. Archer; defensive backs Travon Bellamy, Marcus Brown, Perrish Cox, David Jones, Fabian Washington; tight ends Daniel Hardy, Fendi Onobun, Derek Schouman.

Also, the Cardinals had a visit with fullback Reagan Maui’a, who signed a contract.