Highlighting Washington Redskins' Deepest, Thinnest Positions for 2014 Season

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Highlighting Washington Redskins' Deepest, Thinnest Positions for 2014 Season
Associated Press
Headlined by Griffin and Jackson, Washington's offense could revolve around its passing attack in 2014.

While the Washington Redskins did have a top-10 offense in 2013, on the coattails of the NFL's 30th-ranked scoring defense, they still finished with a 3-13 record.

Three months from the start of the 2014 season, much hasn't changed. For Washington to emulate its 2012 playoff run, the team's offense will again have to mask a mediocre (at best) defense.

With that said, what are the Skins' deepest and thinnest positions on the roster?

Did Washington do enough this offseason to bolster its secondary?

What about the team's receiving corps? After being Pierre Garcon or bust in 2013, is receiver now the deepest position on the roster?

Let's find out. Here are the two deepest and thinnest positions on the Redskins' roster ahead of the 2014 season.

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