News: The Redskins continued trimming their roster Friday in preparation for the regular season and released the following players: quarterback Jonathan Crompton; running back Tristan Davis; defensive back Travon Bellamy; defensive linemen Doug Worthington and Delvin Johnson; linebacker Bryan Kehl; and wide receiver Terrence Austin. It was the second time Crompton was released this week after re-signing with the team Wednesday.
Analysis: Some of these players were able to make an early impression in training camp and survive the first round of cuts. However, neither of them were ultimately expected to make a Fantasy impact this season and should be left on waivers at this point.
News: The Redskins announced Wednesday they re-signed quarterback Jonathan Crompton, who was released Monday.
Analysis: Crompton is just looking to make the roster as a third quarterback. He might get cut again and signed to the practice squad, but it's clear he has no Fantasy appeal at this time.
News: The Buccaneers signed QB Jonathan Crompton on Friday. Crompton was released by the Patriots on Monday.
Analysis: Crompton is behind three other quarterbacks on the roster in Tampa Bay and seems like a long-shot to make the roster. He certainly should not be on any Fantasy rosters of any kind.
News: Multiple sources reported Monday that the Patriots released QB Jonathan Crompton. He played on the practice squad last season, but there was no room for him in camp once the team drafted Ryan Mallet in April to sit behind Tom Brady and Brian Hoyer.
Analysis: Crompton was not expected to make much of an impact or even make the team this season, but his chances got more slim Monday. He has not thrown an NFL pass in his career yet, so Fantasy owners should avoid the Tennessee product on Draft Day without hesitation.
News: The Patriots signed QB Jonathan Crompton to their practice squad Tuesday.
Analysis: The Chargers took a shot with Crompton out of Tennessee heading into the season but cut him in early September. Continue to ignore the rookie in Fantasy play.
News: The Chargers released center-guard Jeff Hansen and quarterback Jonathan Crompton from the practice squad on Tuesday. To replace them, the Chargers re-signed tackle Ryan Otterson and tight end Kory Sperry on Tuesday.
Analysis: None of these players are expected to make a significant Fantasy impact in 2010, so don't bother with them.
News: The Chargers have signed rookie QB Jonathan Crompton to a four-year deal. The deal is reportedly worth a maximum of $2.675 million if he earns a four-year escalator. Crompton is expected to serve as the No. 3/emergency QB for San Diego this season in place of Charlie Whitehurst.
Analysis: Crompton displayed a fairly decent arm at Tennessee but isn't expected to displace Philip Rivers as the Chargers' starter anytime soon. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters; if you're in a rookie-only draft he's worth a late-round flier.