The Redskins released Quick on Saturday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Despite the whittled state of this receiving corps, Quick finds himself out of a job. The veteran wideout will seek out employment elsewhere.
Quick re-signed with Washington on Monday, Matthew Paras of The Washington Times reports.
Quick made 17 appearances for Washington over the past two seasons, catching nine passes for 94 yards while playing just 158 snaps on offense and 128 on special teams. He'll need to fight for a spot on the 53-man roster ahead of his age-30 season in 2019. The 33rd overall pick from the 2012 draft hasn't done anything to warrant fantasy ownership since the first half of the 2016 campaign.
Quick was cut by the Redskins on Saturday.
Quick re-signed with the Redskins following the season opener and has three catches for 18 yards this season, while being a healthy inactive for two of the last three games. The 29-year-old has found little success in Washington the last two seasons, posting nine receptions for 94 yards in 17 games.
Quick agreed to a contract Tuesday with the Redskins, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Quick saw action in 11 contests with Washington in 2017, finishing the campaign with six receptions for 76 yards on eight targets. Though he was unable to secure a roster spot with the team at the conclusion of the preseason, Quick will rejoin the squad ahead of Week 2 with three of Washington's depth receivers banged up heading into Sunday's game against the Colts. If all of Maurice Harris (concussion), Trey Quinn (ankle) and Cam Sims (ankle) are unable to suit up this weekend, Quick would likely slot in as the Redskins' No. 4 wideout.
The Redskins let go of Quick on Saturday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Quick made nary an impact during his one-year stint with the Redskins -- six catches (on eight targets) for 76 yards in 11 games -- but Maurice Harris (concussion) and Trey Quinn impressed enough in the preseason to put his roster spot in jeopardy. Considering his lacking pro production, the 29-year-old Quick may be hard-pressed to find another gig.
Quick (thigh) returned to practice Monday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Quick's thigh issue has lingered throughout the month of August. The team is hopeful that the ailment is a thing of the past but given the fact that Quick has already returned to practice then suffered some sort of setback, a few practices under his belt should help ease concerns in Washington. The veteran wideout seems to be on the roster bubble at the moment.
Quick (thigh) didn't play in Friday's preseason loss to the Broncos.
Quick has been bothered by his thigh since the early days of training camp, though he did catch a pass in Washington's second preseason game. He's on the roster bubble heading into the final week of the preseason, with rookies Trey Quinn and Cam Sims (thigh) pushing to make the team.
Quick (thigh) did not participate in Sunday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
It may simply be a scheduled day of maintenance for the 29-year-old, who dealt with a thigh bruise prior to Thursday's preseason win over the Jets in which he caught one pass for 14 yards. With Jamison Crowder (groin) also dealing with a minor injury, the trio of Paul Richardson, Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris could see a majority of the reps with the first-team offense during Sunday's practice.
Quick (thigh) caught his lone target for 14 yards in Thursday's 15-13 preseason win over the Jets.
Quick dealt with a thigh injury earlier in training camp and at least proved his health Thursday night. His experience as an NFL starter might seem like an attractive quality, but the Redskins would be wise to prioritize youthful upside and/or special teams contributions when it comes time to chop the roster to 53 players. With the top four spots at wide receiver already accounted for, Quick is competing against a slew of rookies for one or two jobs. Cam Sims and Trey Quinn have made the strongest cases to stick around.
Quick is still dealing with a thigh contusion and is considered day-to-day, Kimberley A. Martin of The Washington Post reports.
Quick was able to return to practice last week after suffering the thigh bruise, but it looks like the injury is still hampering him. After recording just six catches in 11 games in Washington last season, Quick is likely on the roster bubble and will need to return to the practice field as soon as possible to prove his worth.
Quick (thigh) returned to practice as a full participant Tuesday, Jake Kring-Schreifels of Redskins.com reports.
Quick reportedly looked sharp in his return to practice, evidently putting the thigh contusion that he suffered Sunday behind him. The former second-rounder is entering his seventh year in the league as he looks to improve upon a 2017 campaign in which he caught just six passes on eight targets.
Quick sat out Sunday's practice with a thigh contusion, John Keim of ESPN reports.
Considering Quick's thigh injury is being labeled a bruise, it doesn't sound like anything overly serious and it wouldn't be surprising to see him rejoin the action in the next few days. That said, keep an eye out for another update as training camp continues early this week.
Quick signed a contract with the Redskins on Friday.
Quick tallied six receptions for 76 yards in 11 games for Washington, both career lows. The 28-year-old will need to illustrate better chemistry with new quarterback Alex Smith if he is to factor in the Redskins passing attack in 2018.
Quick recorded six receptions for 76 yards across 11 contests in 2017.
After recording a career-high 41 receptions with the Rams in 2016, it was believed that Quick could become a solid third or fourth wideout for the Redskins this season, but those plans did not live up to expectations. He never became a reliable target in Washington's passing attack, receiving only eight targets on the season. Now a free agent, the veteran is unlikely to garner much interest for the Redskins, even if he takes a major pay cut.
Quick (illness) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Giants.
Quick progressed to a full participant Friday after starting the week not practicing, allowing him to avoid the questionable tag. The 28-year-old could see an increased snap count Week 17 with Maurice Harris (back) listed as questionable, but it's unlikely to be enough to push him into fantasy consideration in most formats.
Quick (illness) was a limited participant at the Redskins' practice Thursday.
Quick has progressed from being a non-participant Wednesday and appears to be trending towards being available for Week 17. Friday's practice should provide a better indication of his potential availability for the season finale.
Quick was held out of practice Wednesday with an illness.
Quick will have opportunities Thursday and Friday to take part in practice and demonstrate that he's healthy heading into the season finale against the Giants on Sunday. The wideout has dressed for each of the Redskins' last three contests, drawing a combined three targets in those outings.
Quick (concussion) was a full participant at the Redskins' walk-through Monday.
Quick has sat out back-to-back games with a concussion, and Monday's estimated participation doesn't hold a ton of value. Washington's normal practices Tuesday and Wednesday should provide a better indication of his status for the Thanksgiving matchup with the Giants.
Quick (concussion) is listed as inactive Sunday at New Orleans.
For the second game in a row, Quick will remain sidelined as he works his way through the concussion protocol. With Terrelle Pryor (ankle) inactive as well, Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson and Ryan Grant will lead the receiving corps against the Saints' seventh-ranked pass defense.
Quick (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints, Master Tesfatsion of The Washington Post reports.
The Redskins have a beat-up unit of receivers with Terrelle Pryor (ankle) and Ryan Grant (concussion) both nursing injuries. Quick was able to practice in a limited capacity all week, so that bodes well for his chances of clearing the league's concussion protocol. If Quick and Grant are unable to play, though, the Redskins could have just three healthy receivers left: Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris.