NFL : Caleb Brantley was a ferocious defensive tackle at Florida who plowed through offensive linemen and seemed to crave being double-teamed. But after leaving early for the 2017 NFL draft he has been charged with domestic violence, tumbled from a probable second-round pick to the sixth round and been released by the Cleveland Browns , who didn't win a game last season. On Monday, two days after he was cut by the Browns, he signed with the Washington Redskins and was practicing with the team. Defensive lineman Anthony Lanier II was waived to make room for Brantley. "He was a good pass rusher and decent against the run," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said about Brantley, adding that the team graded him well going into the draft. "In Cleveland he got a couple sacks, got some experience, got some pass rush ability so we thought we'd bring him in for a look."