Lache Seastrunk, Washington’s 2014 sixth-round draft pick who was a casualty of final roster cuts a little over a week ago, reportedly worked out for the Green Bay Packers on Monday.
Lache Seastrunk seemed destined to make the Redskins’ 53-man roster, until he wasn’t. But there’s a reason he didn’t survive the final cut.
Lache Seastrunk may not have the pass-catching experience the Redskins were looking for in the draft, but his former coach at Baylor insists, “He’s got what you’re looking for.”
Lache Seastrunk wasn’t asked to catch passes in college. But if he hopes to make an impact with the Redskins, that’s exactly what he’ll have to do.
The newest Washington Redskins running back isn’t going to let anybody lay a hand on Robert Griffin III, his longtime friend.