The Washington Redskins trimmed their roster to 75 players with a bevy of moves Monday, including the trade of cornerback Kevin Barnes and the release of kicker Neil Rackers.
Barnes was initially informed he was being released, but was later told he had instead been traded to the Detroit Lions. It is unclear what the Redskins received as compensation for the former third-round pick out of the University of Maryland.
The team also released a pair of veteran offensive lineman in James Lee and Tony Moll.
The team also waived the following players: Quarterback Jonathan Crompton, running backs Antwon Bailey and Lennon Creer, wide receivers Samuel Kirkland and Lance Lewis (waived-injured), offensive lineman Chris Campbell and Nick Martinez, tight end Beau Reliford, linebacker Monte Lewis and cornerback Morgan Trent (reached injury settlement).
The Redskins also moved Jammal Brown to the reserve physically unable to perform list.
Washington has until 9 p.m. Friday to trim its roster to 53 players.