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A slot receiver like Darius Johnson could help.
Mike Shanahan wasn't adverse to adding to a loaded position in the draft. He selected two running backs to join an already-crowded rotation.
He could be tempted to snare an additional wide receiver for his existing stable. Pierre Garcon battled injuries during his first season in Washington, but still seems like the obvious No.1.
Josh Morgan also had an inconsistent season in 2012, but will still contribute. Speaking of inconsistent, that's the perfect way to describe youngster Leonard Hankerson.
Shanahan likes big, physical receivers and there are plenty to choose from in the rookie free-agent market. The likes of Keenan Davis, Marcus Davis and Mark Harrison are all in the 6'3", 215-235-pound range.
Conversely Shanahan could opt for a smaller, speedy option to create mismatches from the slot. If so, then Darius Johnson would be an excellent find.
He's a great target for a spread-style attack. Johnson needs to refine his route-running, but is tailor-made to outrun coverage underneath.
Johnson and any of the players on this list could help in areas the Redskins can still strengthen in the wake of their 2013 NFL draft.