On Tuesday, the New England Patriots released former Bengals wide receiver Kelley Washington. In four seasons with the Bengals from 2003-2006, Washington caught 72 passes for 893 yards receiving and nine touchdowns; most of which was during his first two seasons, with 53 receptions and seven touchdowns, playing in all 32 games. After that, he played in 12 in two seasons, lost his number three spot to Chris Henry (when he was allowed to play). Then his contract expired, and the Patriots signed him in 2007. In two seasons that spanned 19 games, Washington caught exactly one pass, for what we assume was a three-yard pass.
OK, all that aside, let's get to the real reason for this post:
[UPDATE: Kelley Washington is visiting with the Jets Wednesday Night]