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Pierre Garcon, Joshua Morgan, Santana Moss, Leonard Hankerson, Aldrick Robinson, Lance Lewis, Skye Dawson
By only addressing the position by signing free agents following the draft, the Redskins receiving corps continues to lack a threatening reputation.
Pierre Garcon is clearly the No. 1, while Joshua Morgan serves as a good, solid option. Santana Moss is aging, yet he can still be very effective this season.
After that, not much else to go crazy over.
Because they've seen flashes here and there, I think coaches hang on to Leonard Hankerson for one more season to see if he can put it all together, but he's going to need to work his tail off. I don't see this camp as being an easy one for him, by any means.
Same goes for Aldrick Robinson. I don't think it'll be easy, but the Redskins obviously like his speed, and he may be considered an eventual replacement for Moss.
And finally, as my two (somewhat) dark horses, second-year camp body Lance Lewis and UDFA (undrafted free agent) rookie Skye Dawson make the team.
Lewis is an intelligent wide receiver with good hands and an ideal frame at 6'2", 205 pounds. He participated in Redskins camp last summer, but injuries limited his ability.
Lewis may not be the fastest guy on the squad, but he has a great understanding for the game and reliable hands.
As for Dawson, he'd become the Redskins return man after so much inconsistency at the position over the past couple seasons.
Dawson is a small frame receiver with killer speed and has the ability to make guys miss in the open field.