Commanders TE Antonio Gandy-Golden Retiring

Commanders HC Ron Rivera told reporters that TE Antonio Gandy-Golden has decided to retire, per JP Finlay.

Antonio Gandy-Golden

Gandy-Golden was on the roster bubble this year and already was trying to convert from wide receiver to tight end to secure a spot. 

Finlay notes he’ll be going back to school. He majored in graphic design at Liberty University. 

Gandy-Golden, 24, was drafted by Washington in the fourth round of the 2020 draft. He signed a four-year, $3.8 million contract with Washington.

However, Washington released Gandy-Golden coming out of the preseason in the second year of that deal and later re-signed him to their practice squad. He was later promoted back to the active roster. 

For his career, Gandy-Golden appeared in 10 games for the Commanders in two seasons and caught one pass for three yards. He also rushed once for 22 yards. 

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