The Washington Redskins have released Donte Stallworth for new addition David Anderson, the Washington Post reports.
Washington and Anderson negotiated a deal that was solidified Monday night. The sixth-year wide receiver played under current offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan with the Houston Texans. Last year with Houston in 12 games, he had 11 receptions for 117-yards overall.
With Santana Moss sidelined with a broken hand, Stallworth has not been able to fill the void the Redskins have experienced among their receiver corps. The nine-year veteran has just five catches for 46 yards in four games this season.