wide-receivers

The Redskins' star wide receiver heads back to the locker room early, after appearing to hurt his foot during a walkthrough.

Tulane alum vies for a spot in Washington's deep receiving corps.

Re-tooled receiving corps leaves fourth-year pro one of many speedsters.

Deeper receiving corps should lessen pressure on Pierre Garcon, who saw plenty of double coverage a year ago.

The wide receiver left practice early on Monday because of a sore right hamstring, but neither he, nor coach Jay Gruden, seemed overly concerned.

Wide receiver Leonard Hankerson has received clearance to run, but he is not yet ready to return from knee surgery.

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.

Moves last season knocked Santana Moss from the No. 1 receiving target to third. Now another offseason of action at wide receiver, Moss’s role looks as if it could diminish even more.

Washington's addition of DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts to partner up with Pierre Garcon gives the team a formidable trio of receivers.

A knee injury derailed Leonard Hankerson's most promising season to date. He might soon be healthy again, but the Redskins wide receiver group looks much different.

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