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Andrew Quarless is proving his skill as a "move" tight end.
Andrew Quarless, Green Bay Packers
There will be more than a few teams looking Andrew Quarless' way once free agency begins. The 25-year-old has emerged from a fringe role to prove his worth as an effective "move" tight end.
Stepping in for Jermichael Finley, who has never seen a pass he didn't want to drop, Quarless is making the tight end position his own in Green Bay.
In each of his last two games Quarless has tallied six catches for 66 yards and a touchdown. At 6'4" and 252 pounds, he has the frame and speed to be moved anywhere along an offense to attack coverage.
The Redskins need as many of those kind of pass-catchers as they can get. Fred Davis' time with the team seems as a good as numbered, while promising rookie Jordan Reed has already faced injury issues.
With only Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul in the rotation, the Redskins need another dynamic "joker" at this position and Quarless fits the bill perfectly.