Redskins’ 53-man roster loaded with receivers

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The Redskins‘ 53-man roster:

QUARTERBACKS (2): John Beck, Rex Grossman

RUNNING BACKS (5): Tim Hightower, Ryan Torain, Roy Helu*, Darrel Young, Mike Sellers

WIDE RECEIVERS (7): Santana Moss, Jabar Gaffney, Anthony Armstrong, Leonard Hankerson*, Niles Paul*, Terrence Austin, Donté Stallworth

TIGHT ENDS (3): Chris Cooley, Fred Davis, Logan Paulsen

OFFENSIVE LINE (8): Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Jammal Brown, Erik Cook, Sean Locklear, Willie Smith

DEFENSIVE LINE (6): Adam Carriker, Barry Cofield, Stephen Bowen, Kedric Golston, Darrion Scott, Chris Neild*

INSIDE LINEBACKERS (4): London Fletcher, Rocky McIntosh, Keyaron Fox, Perry Riley

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (5): Brian Orakpo, Ryan Kerrigan*, Lorenzo Alexander, Rob Jackson, Markus White*

CORNERBACKS (5): DeAngelo Hall, Josh Wilson, Kevin Barnes, Byron Westbrook, Brandyn Thompson*

SAFETIES (4): LaRon Landry, Oshiomogho Atogwe, Reed Doughty, DeJon Gomes*

SPECIALISTS (4): Brandon Banks, Graham Gano, Sav Rocca, Nick Sundberg

Physically-unable-to perform list: FS Kareem Moore (ineligible for the first six games)

Reserve/suspended list: CB Phillip Buchanon

Reserve/injured list: DE Jarvis Jenkins*

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