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Here’s what fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
Franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III entered last year's football season fresh off the operating table, as he had surgery to reconstruct the ACL and repair the LCL in his right knee. Although fans were optimistic about his return after rehab, Griffin’s numbers took a hit across the board.
However, with a healthy off-season — his first as an NFL pro — to build chemistry with old and new teammates, Griffin and the Redskins are ready to aim for the playoffs in 2014.
A Familiar Face in a New Uniform
Coming off a season in which he had career highs in receptions (84) and receiving yards (1,332) with the Philadelphia Eagles, Desean Jackson found a new home during the off-season — and it was closer than he expected. The Washington Redskins decided to pick up the Pro Bowl wide receiver after their NFC East rival released him. The addition of Jackson will strengthen a receiving corps that already includes Pierre Garcon, Jordan Reed, and newly signed free agent Andre Roberts.
Nothing Fake or Fluky About This Running Back
If it weren't for teammate Robert Griffin III winning the award, running back Alfred Morris would've taken home Rookie of the Year honors after his stellar 2012/2013 season when he rushed for 1,613 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. Many fans believed the season was an aberration, but Morris proved them wrong after he rushed for 1,275 yards and scored nine touchdowns in 2013/2014. One of the few bright spots last season, Morris will look to continue to quiet the doubters.
No First-Round Picks: No Problem
The Redskins entered the 2014 NFL draft still paying off the deal that helped them acquire Robert Griffin III. To the team's credit, it made good use of its picks by getting great value while addressing major needs. The team's best pick came in the third round when it selected offensive tackle Morgan Moses. Moses was projected to go in the first round but dropped into the Redskins' lap in the third. The long-armed beast will step in to help protect Griffin and create running lanes for Morris.
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