Found March 28, 2012 on Redskins Hog Heaven:
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This is a good 'get' by Rich Campbell of the Washington Times: Garcon averaged 5.2 yards after the catch last season, 22nd among the the 85 receivers with at least 30 receptions. He's expected to start at 'X' receiver (split end), while Morgan will compete with Hankerson for the starting 'Z' (flanker) spot. "Josh Morgan is a complete football player," Shanahan continued. "He can block. He can run. He can catch. He’s one of the most underrated guys that I thought was out there when I talk about a complete football player." That's a piece of rarely useful information from Mike Shanahan this time of year.  It suggests a couple of things.  First off, we already know that the typical Redskins receivers rotation is four guys.  It seems like Garcon is going to be handed the starting 'X' receiver position (played mostly by Gaffney, but by Santana Moss primarily when the team was in base personnel).  Josh Morgan and Leonard Hanke...
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