This won't be a cakewalk summer for Dezmon Briscoe.
At 6'2", Briscoe has the size, has demonstrated good hands and he appears to have the talent to develop into a productive wide receiver.
Maturity, concentration and focus, however, are still things Briscoe needs to catch up on. He needs to put it all together this season, or else he'll be left out.
Signed as an undrafted free agent this spring, the 5'9" Skye Dawson is a receiver who's best bet to make the team would be at punt/kick returner.
After signing him to a big contract last summer, Pierre Garcon was a major contributor to the Redskins offense in 2012, willing them to seven consecutive wins to finish the season and claim the division title.
Garcon is the team's top receiver, as well as one of the most important pieces on the roster.
Drafted in the third round in 2011, Leonard Hankerson enters his third season with the Redskins.
His rookie season was cut short due to injury, and last season Hankerson was criticized for a few plays in which he appeared to lose focus.
This season, though, many eyes will be on Hank, watching closely to see if he can put everything together and become a solid contributor in this offense.
Flashes here and there from last season were encouraging. Consistency is next.
Signed this offseason, Devery Henderson is a 10-year veteran in the league and a Super Bowl champion. He spent the first nine years of his career in New Orleans.
It's tough to predict Henderson's chances of making the squad at this point, but it wouldn't be shocking to see him stick. He's a veteran presence, an experienced route runner and an intelligent football player. Shanahan likes all of the above.
One of my favorite guys in camp this summer, Lance Lewis was originally signed as an undrafted free agent following last year's draft. An injury eventually landed him on IR.
Lewis may not be the fastest horse in the stable, but he's solid. He has great size at 6'2", he uses his body effectively and he has reliable hands.
For a position with a lot of competition, expect for Lewis to shine through and make a push for the final 53.
Hauling in 48 catches for 510 yards and two scores, Joshua Morgan was a key piece to the Redskins offense during his first season in Washington.
Morgan will return this season, hopefully as the main slot receiver, while Leonard Hankerson and Pierre Garcon work on the outside.
Even at 34 years young, Santana Moss is a favorite to make the squad this year.
When Pierre Garcon went down last season, Moss stepped up to relieve the pressure, bringing in 41 catches for 573 yards and eight touchdowns.
With arguably the most trusted hands on the team, Moss serves as a security blanket on offense.
Moss' role this season, however, could diminish assuming full health from Garcon, Morgan and Hankerson.
An undrafted free agent this season, Chip Reeves is a 6'1" receiver out of Connecticut that will help during camp, but not push for a roster spot come late August.
One of the more interesting names on the camp roster this year, Aldrick Robinson enters his third season with the Redskins.
Robinson was a late-round draft pick in 2011 who spent his entire rookie season on the practice squad. In limited action last season, Robinson showed signs of his big-play potential and what he could add to the Redskins offense.
It appears that coaches like Robinson and would love to keep him on board as a breaker that can stretch the field. But like most other receivers in camp, it's going to be a tough climb this summer.
For now, expect Robinson on the final 53.
Although Mike Shanahan preferred him to re-sign last year, Donte Stallworth decided to head up to New England, where he eventually played just one game due to injury.
Stallworth returns this season and he appears to be in great shape. Age (32) aside, Stallworth is an experienced receiver that showed well during his first stint in Washington back in 2011 when he caught 22 balls for 309 yards and two scores.
Another undrafted free agent out of Connecticut, Nick Williams is a body in camp and shouldn't push to make a final roster spot.