Washington's receivers hope to bring back an explosive offensive style

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Washington's receivers hope to bring back an explosive offensive style
Washington's receivers hope to bring back an explosive offensive style

The Washington Redskins have had arguably their most successful offseason in a handful of years, capped off by a highly-encouraging draft in April. Still, there are a number of question marks scattered throughout the Washington depth chart, and each component will need to excel if the Redskins are to find any success in 2019. Among the most important position groups to find a groove is the receiving corps. If the Washington offense is going to flow, be it under Dwayne Haskins or Case Keenum, they will need someone to throw to, and a deep threat down the field can open up the entire offense. Jamison Crowder left for New York in Free Agency, and both Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis are continuing

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