If Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen seek a bargain buy at wide receiver, they won't do better than Devery Henderson. The experienced New Orleans Saints pass-catcher boasts the size and speed Shanahan loves at the position.
2012 was a bit of a down year for the quick 30-year-old. He only hauled in 22 catches for 316 yards and a single touchdown.
However, Henderson can still stretch the field as well as anyone. That's a valuable trait in the Redskins' vertical-based, play-action passing attack.
The aging Santana Moss is carrying a high cap figure, while youngster Leonard Hankerson remains maddeningly inconsistent.
Nominal starters Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan battled injuries during their debut seasons in D.C. Adding a receiver as capable as Henderson would be a smart move.
The more weapons at receiver to start 2013, the better equipped the Redskins will be to defend their division crown.