The Washington Redskins have released third-year pro Ryan Torain, ending a perplexing season in which the running back struggled, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. .
A year after leading the Redskins in rushing with 742 yards on 164 carries (4.5 yard per carry average), Torain entered training camp as the favorite to start. But he broke his left hand during a training camp practice and Washington traded for Tim Hightower, who did well in the preseason. Torain never managed to rekindle the promise that he showed last season.
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