Washington Redskins safety Su’a Cravens told some within the organization this weekend that he is planning to retire, but a meeting with the team’s coaches and executives has changed his mind for now, according to league sources. Cravens, 22, who was nursing a knee injury, was put on the team’s exempt/left squad list later Sunday. His roster spot was taken by offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings, who was claimed off waivers from the Minnesota Vikings. Cravens informed the other defensive backs in a group chat Saturday night that he was going to retire and then exited the session by saying “Peace out,” a source said. They were upset with him and what they heard.? Cravens is one of the league’s youngest players, a second-round pick last year, and is struggling with his transition to the NFL. Washington officials want to help him through his issues rather than have him walk away from the game, which would make him one of the youngest NFL…

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