The Redskins have parted ways with veteran WR Donte' Stallworth, according to multiple reports. Stallworth had five catches for 46 yards in five games this season.
Reports indicate that Stallworth will be replaced by WR David Anderson, who has one catch for nine yards in two games with the Texans this season.
Stallworth, a former first-round pick, played in eight games for the Ravens last season and made just two catches in his return to the NFL after being suspended for the 2009 season following charges of manslaughter. His best season came in 2005 with the Saints when he went 70-945-7.