Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong announced via Twitter that he is no longer with the Redskins.
The two Twitter handles referenced are of rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III and receiver Dezmon Briscoe, who apparently beat out Armstrong for the last roster spot.
Armstrong made the Redskins as a 27-year-old rookie in 2010 and had a nice debut season. He was among the league leaders in yards per reception with 19.8 yards on his 44 catches.
Last year, however, his productivity plunged. Hampered by a hamstring injury part of the year, he caught just seven catches. Mike Shanahan called him out to the media for his inability to beat press coverage off the line.
It is presumed that Armstong will be waived. There was talk earlier in the day that he might be traded for Dolphins running back Steve Slaton but it appears that the deal is off.