Redskins’ Armstrong losing playing time to rookie Hankerson

Redskins receiver Anthony Armstrong, a fixture in the offense last season, saw his playing time reduced to just eight snaps last Sunday. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)Redskins receiver Anthony Armstrong, a fixture in the offense last season, saw his playing time reduced to just eight snaps last Sunday. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
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“I’m looking for him to have a heck of a career here,” Shanahan continued. “I’m happy with the guy and the way he goes about his business.”

For Armstrong, that means responding to the head coach’s message by working after practice.

He knows anyone capable of making plays can secure a place on the Redskins‘ languishing offense, and he’s determined to prove he still is.

“I’m already frustrated from the playing time, the lack of production the lack of wins and not being able to help the team, but I’m not any more motivated than before,” he said. “Just now everybody knows about it.”

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