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One of the big free agent wide receivers that the Washington Redskins were able to sign last week was Josh Morgan formerly of the San Francisco 49ers. Morgan is coming off an injury year in 2011 as he was placed on injured reserve after starting the first five games of the year. Morgan has rebounded
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