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Topic - Andre Roberts
Andre Roberts opened training camp as the Redskins' first string punt and kickoff returner.
The Washington Redskins thought they had found a future starting wide receiver in March when they lured Andre Roberts away from the Arizona Cardinals.
30 Questions: Pierre Garcon broke the Redskins team receptions record in 2013. Does he have an similar encore performance left in him this season?
Redskins depth chart analysis: We know who the Redskins' top three wide receivers will be but the rest of the depth chart is up for grabs.
30 Questions: Andre Roberts was brought in to be the No. 2 receiver but the surprise availability and acquisition of DeSean Jackson has changed that. How productive will be be in his new role?
30 Questions: The Redskins got very little out of their punt returns last year. Who will drop back deep in 2014?
30 Questions: There was a revolving door at kick returner for the 2013 Redskins. Can they find one guy to grab the job and hold onto it?
Andre Roberts says he's come to terms with being the Redskins' No. 3 wide receiver. In fact, he now sees certain advantages to playing alongside Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson.
The word "chemistry" is used a lot in sports and it can be very hard to define. However, when it comes to wide receivers and quarterbacks, the term means something quite precise.
The Redskins have a "help wanted" sign hanging on both their kick and punt returner jobs and Andre Roberts is applying to take both of them.
The Redskins could use a spark in their special teams, and a strong punt returner could provide just that.
For most of his career, Santana Moss has played at a No. 1 wide receiver level. Now it appears the veteran receiver may be fighting for a roster spot
Coach Bruce Arians says his Arizona Cardinals do not have "any glaring needs," so they could go in a number of directions with the No. 20 pick in the NFL draft.
20 Questions: Pierre Garcon set the team record for receptions in a season in 2013. With more weapons on the team this year, what will he do in 2014? Tandler and Tarik take a look.
The Redskins bolstered their corps of wide receivers this offseason by signing DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts. But they could still use a big target. Might they draft one?
"Right now, I am," Roberts said as training camp opened at a rain-soaked Bon Secours training center. "You never know during training camp what they're going to do. [It could] depend on how much they use me on offense ...Right now, I'm on top. But we'll see."
"I'm a quick and fast guy," Roberts said. "Most of the guys back there who are making plays are explosive, quick and fast. I think have those qualities. I think I can do both [jobs] well."