Josh Morgan had a lifelong dream fulfilled in March when he signed with the Washington Redskins.
Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan, a Virginia native, are two play-makers who want the ball in their hands, and the Redskins haven’t had starting receivers combine for more than 10 touchdowns in a season in 9 years. If these two commodities can crack the starting two with a fresh face throwing to them, there’s a good chance that hapless streak could be snapped.
Shortly after the Washington Redskins concluded Tuesday’s minicamp practice, Josh Morgan and Jammal Brown joined LaVar Arrington and Chad Dukes on 106.7 The Fan.
The Redskins concluded day one of a scheduled three day minicamp today as this minicamp will be the last time the team practices together until training camp starts in July.
The Redskins have a lot of questions to address this year in Training Camp, namely aging stars and former highly-touted picks taking the next step in their careers (and staying on the field). Fred Davis and Trent Williams are facing the loaded gun of a year-long suspension, and their couldn’t be any more riding on their success, which is required to yield success for RGIII.
Santana Moss threw himself a big party three years ago when he turned 30 even though that’s a birthday that scares many athletes, and now 3 years later he’ll be turning 33. After dropping 15 pounds this offseason, will that be enough to claim a spot in a receiving corps that includes newly-signed Morgan and Garcon, and 2nd-year Hankerson?
The Washington Redskins came out swinging at the start of free agency on Tuesday, landing wide receivers Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan in short fashion.
Much of the reaction on Twitter praised the Washington Redskins for finally going young. How soon they forget.
The Washington Redskins completed the free agent wide receiver trifecta by reaching an agreement with Josh Morgan on Tuesday.