Regardless of format, the only true fantasy threat by way of Redskins receivers is Pierre Garcon.
After signing him as a top-tier free agent last summer, Garcon proved to be a difference-maker for the offense, leading the team in receiving yards despite missing six games due to injury.
Garcon enters this season healed and cleared to practice. He presents the most consistent downfield threat for Robert Griffin III, and he's dangerous with the ball in his hands (YACability we like to call it).
Garcon is currently about the 23rd receiver taken amongst dynasty leagues, according to Dynasty League Football. And in re-drafts, ESPN has him going 27th amongst his position based on 10-team leagues.
Drafting Garcon does come with some injury risk, but his connection with RG3 is something serious. At just 26 years old, that QB/WR combo has plenty of fuel left in the tank.
Given he plays a full 16-game season, I like Garcon to put up career-highs in both receiving yards (proj. 1,150) and touchdowns (proj. 8+) in 2013.
If you're looking for receivers of the future, Leonard Hankerson will be a name to watch.
Entering his third NFL season, the 24-year-old Hankerson should be putting things together and showcasing what Redskins fans have to look forward to. He has the size (6'2) and the speed, but Hankerson needs to develop his focus and consistency.
His current ADP in dynasty leagues is 75th amongst receivers.
And if you're in a re-draft league and looking for one-year production, Joshua Morgan and Santana Moss should both be available in the later rounds (79 and 59 amongst receivers, respectively, according to ESPN).
Don't expect Moss to see the same number of targets from a year ago (41 catches), assuming Garcon stays on the field, but he has the potential to net you some yards as arguably the most reliable set of hands on the team.
Morgan, on the other hand, will likely be the Redskins slot man, entering his second year with the team and coming off a season in which he pulled in 48 balls for 510 yards and two scores.