The Redskins formally released LT Chris Samuels after he announced his retirement Thursday.
Redskins announced that LT Chris Samuels will formally retire from football as a press conference Thursday.
Chris Samuels (neck) is expected to officially announce his retirement at a press conference later this week.
Several people familiar with Chris Samuels' thinking tell Redskins beat writer Jason Reid that they still expect him to retire.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels (neck) insisted Wednesday that he still hasn't decided whether to retire.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels (neck) will make a decision on his future in February after seeing another doctor.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels (spine, injured reserve) said Sunday he is feeling better and hasn't ruled out playing again.
Redskins placed LT Chris Samuels (spine) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels has told people in the organization he plans to retire, sources tell the Washington Post.
The Redskins are expected to place LT Chris Samuels (spine) on injured reserve during their Week 8 bye.
Updating a previous item, the Washington Post reports that Redskins LT Chris Samuels is likely to retire.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels will visit a neck specialist in L.A. this week to determine whether he can play football again.
Redskins LT Chris Samuels (spine) has been ruled out for Monday night's game against the Eagles.
Redskins declared LT Chris Samuels, P Hunter Smith, CB Kevin Barnes, WR Anthony Alridge, LB Robert Henson, OL Chad Rinehart and WR Marko Mitchell inactive for Week 6 against the Chiefs.