Santana Moss (FA)
Santana Moss remains the Redskins' most explosive threat on offense. They need to find a way to bring him back for at least a couple more years.
Anthony Armstrong was a great find last year, and his big-play ability made for some great moments, especially early in 2010. I expect him to perform next season even better than he did last season.
Roydell Williams was definitely a dissapointment last season. Only putting up eight catches for 109 yards and no TDs as the team's third wideout is simply not cutting it. The Redskins desperately need someone who can step in and play the slot, and Williams ain't it.
Brandon Banks showed great ability last year as a kick and punt returner, however he is at best a situational receiver a la Josh Cribbs. He certainly should not be depended on as a consistent contributor at wideout.
Terrance Austin is intriguing. If he comes into his own, he very well may become the slot receiver threat that the 'Skins have been searching for. If he doesn't? Expect more years of him sitting on the bench before being released in favor of the next young bench warmer.
Malcolm Kelly. Oh, Malcolm Kelly. I'll never forget when we drafted him. First thing I did was watch his stellar freestyle from the Big XII championship. Sadly, that was the highlight of Kelly's career thus far. Kelly is only on the Redskins roster because they conveniently were able to place him on IR last year. If he comes into training camp out of shape, look for him to be cleaning out his locker sooner rather than later.
Grade: C+ (The lack of a true star and third receiver really hurt the team last year, the need for a consistent slot receiver cannot be overstated.)