The Washington Commanders have cut Deshazor Everett ... three months after his alleged role in a fatal December car crash.
The team announced the roster move on Wednesday -- though it's unclear if his legal case had anything to do with the decision.
As we reported, authorities say Everett was going over 90 mph in a 45 mph zone just before he crashed his Nissan GT-R in Virginia on Dec. 23.
The accident was so bad, it ultimately killed his passenger, Olivia Peters. In 911 audio, obtained by TMZ Sports, a witness at the scene said the wrecked car was "trapped in the trees."
Following weeks of investigating, authorities hit Everett with a felony charge of involuntary manslaughter in February -- and records show he's due in court for a hearing on the matter in June.
Everett had been a key player for the Commanders, he was a team captain who played in 89 games for Washington in seven seasons.
No word yet if he'll be able to land with a new team while his case plays out in the court system.