Redskins Sign Garcon, Morgan
Already trading four picks for the No. 2 overall selection this year with the intent of selecting Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, the Redskins added two wideouts yesterday to the new look Washington offense.
Garcon was a solid pickup by the Redskins, but I am not positive that he is capable of being a number one receiver. For the five year, $42.5 million the Redskins gave him, he will be expected to be a top option in the Redskins passing attack. I just don't know if Garcon can be what the Redskins expect him to be.
For Morgan, it is a little more interesting. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan views Morgan as a "hidden gem" in Tuesday's signings. He has been a solid player in his three plus seasons in the league, but has yet to have a breakout season. The Redskins are hoping that he can be a special player in Washington.
Needless to say, the Redskins have gotten off to a fast start this offseason.
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