Hatcher announced his retirement on Friday, agent Jordan Woy reports.
The 33-year-old defensive end has played 10 years in the league, including eight with the Cowboys. In 2015 he totaled 20 tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble in 15 games with the Redskins. Over his entire career he recorded 250 tackles, 34.5 sacks, one interception, and five forced fumbles.
Hatcher has been released by the Redskins, The Washington Post reports.
Hatcher was previously reported to be considering retirement, after knee inflammation and a stinger hindered him during this past season. In fact, the 33-year-old Hatcher posted just 20 tackles and two sacks in 2015, marking his lowest figures in five years. After signing a four-year, $27.5 million deal in 2014, Hatcher's market figures to be considerably cooler as he enters free agency this time around.
Hatcher (neck) is considering retirement now that the Redskins' season has ended, ESPN.com reports.
Hatcher's tenth NFL season came to a close Sunday when the Redskins were eliminated from the playoffs by the Packers, leaving the 33-year-old to deliberate his future. Along with inflammation in his knee, Hatcher suffered a stringer this season, when he tallied 20 tackles and two sacks in 15 games played. With the Redskins thought to be targeting more youth along their defensive line next season, Hatcher may have to restructure his contract if he decides to come back, but he's made no such determination at this point.
Hatcher (neck) is active for Sunday's contest in Chicago, Liz Clarke of the Washington Post reports.
Avoiding his first absence of the season, Hatcher has still only logged 60 percent of Washington's defensive snaps, which has translated to 17 tackles (13 solo), one sack, and one forced fumble.
Hatcher (neck) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.
With just 17 tackles and one sack in 12 appearances, Hatcher is far more valuable to his team than to IDP owners. An absence would leave more snaps for Ricky Jean-Francois and Frank Kearse.
Hatcher suffered a stinger during Sunday's game but was able to return, the Washington Post reports.
Initially reports were a concussion but that doesn't appear to be the case. It was a positive sign that he was able to finish out the game.
The Redskins placed defensive end Jason Hatcher on injured reserve Saturday after claiming defensive tackle Travian Robertson off waivers from the Seahawks.
Hatcher has missed the last two games with a knee injury and wil be out Sunday as well when Washington closes out the season against Dallas as a 4-point home underdog. Robertson played in just one game with the Seahawks, recording one assisted tackle.
Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher has missed practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Hatcher has missed Washington's last two games with a knee injury.
Trent Williams (shoulder), Chris Baker (toe/elbow), Gabe Miller (ankle), Keenan Robinson (knee) and Stephen Bowen (ankle/illness) are all listed as questionable for the game.
Robert Griffin III (shoulder), Bashaud Breeland (thigh), Barry Coefield (shoulder), Tom Compton (knee), Will Compton (shoulder), Jackson Jeffcoat (calf), Kory Lichtensteiger (stinger) and Darrel Young (ankle) are all considered probable.
The Redskins are currently 5 1/2-point underdogs at home against the Cowboys.
The Redskins listed Jason Hatcher, Keenan Robinson, Gabe Miller, Leonard Hankerson, Roy Helu, Kenny Okoro and Josh LeRibeus as inactive for Saturday’s game against the Eagles.
The Redskins have ruled defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee) and linebacker Gabe Miller (ankle) were ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Eagles in Week 16. Linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) was labeled as doubtful, while tackle Trent Williams (shoulder) was deemed as questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players were designated as probable: defensive lineman Chris Baker (chest, toe), defensive end Stephen Bowen (ankle), linebacker Will Compton (shoulder), running back Roy Helu Jr. (toe), offensive lineman Kory Lichtensteiger (knee), tight end Jordan Reed (not injury related) and safety Trenton Robinson (illness).
Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher told the Washington Post there's "a big possibility" he won't play again this season. Hatcher missed Week 15 with inflammation in his right knee, and the 32-year-old remained out of practice Thursday.
"It's progressing, but not like I want it to be," he told the paper.
Hatcher registered 25 tackles and 5.5 sacks in 13 games.
Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher, who sat out Week 15 against the Giants, is in jeopardy of missing Saturday's game against the Eagles, reports ESPN.com. Hatcher continues to have inflammation in his right knee, the report said.
In 13 games, Hatcher has 25 tackles and 5.5 sacks.
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, running back Roy Helu, safety Brandon Meriweather, linebacker Keenan Robinson, guard Josh LeRibeus, wide receiver Leonard Hankerson and defensive end Jason Hatcher were ruled inactive Week 15 against the Giants.
The Redskins enter Week 14 pretty banged up, with 10 players listed on its final injury report for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Linebacker Will Compton (shoulder) and defensive lineman Barry Cofield Jr. (illness) were the only two players on the report deemed probable. Defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee), defensive end Kedric Golston (back, foot), wide receiver DeSean Jackson (shin), quarterback Colt McCoy (neck) and defensive lineman Chris Baker (chest, toe) were all ruled as questionable.
Meanwhile, running back Roy Helu Jr. (toe), safety Brandon Meriweather (toe) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) were all ruled out for the game.
The Redskins were without Barry Cofield, Jason Hatcher, Roy Helu, and Keenan Robinson during Wednesday's practice to get ready for Week 15 against the Giants.
Coefield, who is dealing with an illness, has only appeared in five games this year and has six tackles. Helu suffered a toe injury in Week 14 and is unlikely to play Sunday.
The Redskins released their final injury report Friday and listed Jason Hatcher (knee), Chris Baker (chest) and E.J. Biggers (concussion) as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Rams.
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Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee) and strong safety Brandon Meriweather (toe) missed practice Wednesday as the team prepared for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Redskins defensive lineman Jason Hatcher underwent an MRI on his injury knee, which "came back clean," according to Comcast SportsNet Washington. Hatcher was a limited participant in practice Friday. Although he was listed as questionable for Week 13 against Indianapolis, he told reporters he expects to play on Sunday.
The Redskins have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 6 matchup against the Cardinals: quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle), wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, guard Spencer Long, tackle Morgan Moses, cornerback CB Tracy Porter (hamstring) and linebackers Perry Riley (knee) and Jackson Jeffcoat.
Griffin and Porter were previously ruled out, but Riley carried a questionable tag before being deemed inactive for the game. On the positive side, tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring), safety Ryan Clark (ankle), linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) and tackle Trent Williams (knee) are all active after being listed as questionable on the team's final injury report.
The Redskins had several players with a probable designation who are active for Week 6, including defensive ends Kedric Golston (groing) and Jason Hatcher (hamstring), defensive tackle Frank Kearse (thigh), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), safety Trenton Robinson (ankle) guard Shawn Lauvao (knee) and tackle Tyler Polumbus (finger).
Seven Redskins have been deemed probable for their Sunday clash against the Cardinals.
They are defensive ends Kedric Golston (groin), Jason Hatcher (hamstring) and Frank Kearse (thigh), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), offensive linemen Shawn Lauvao (knee) and Tyler Polumbus (finger) and safety Trenton Robinson (ankle).
Only two Washington players have been ruled out - quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle) and cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring).