The Redskins have a new man under center, but wide receiver Pierre Garcon said he still expects his offense to succeed.
The wide receiver relishes a chance to be a returner again, and says he needs to get open to get more chances in the passing game.
The No. 3 wide receiver will also have two roles as a return specialist.
Washington's quarterback showed some development in the pocket against Cleveland, but made a few poor choices as well. Mark Bullock returns to take a closer look.
The introduction to the offense that Roberts received during the offseason – when he, Garcon and Jackson shared the field and lined up in a number of different positions – helped set his mind at ease.
Washington's addition of DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts to partner up with Pierre Garcon gives the team a formidable trio of receivers.
The wide receiver had some experience as a returner in Arizona, mostly as a rookie in 2010.
A year after struggling to find anyone capable of effectively returning punts, the Washington Redskins now find themselves with a couple of improved options.
It's official. DeSean Jackson will wear No. 11 for the Redskins this coming season.
With the signing of free agent Andre Roberts two weeks ago, the Washington Redskins believe that they have added a versatile play-maker to a receiving unit badly in need of weapons.