When the Washington Football Team cut Trey Quinn early on Saturday morning, the simple reaction was to assume that meant Cam Sims was safe.
According to Ben Standig of The Athletic, Sims is also being released by the club.
The third-year wideout was always someone who balled out in training camp, but he had yet to transfer those skills and that production into meaningful action. For his career, he has just two catches for 27 yards.
Even so, he and Quinn appeared to be battling for a job on the back end of the roster. As it turns out, neither will end up winning that race.
That leaves Terry McLaurin, Steven Sims, Antonio-Gandy Golden, Dontrelle Inman and Isaiah Wright as Washington's receiving group, unless a real surprise choice sneaks in — for now.
Of course, there's always the chance they add another target, and perhaps that should be expected considering they have just five targets on the depth chart. The running backs will be awfully involved in the passing game as well.