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Topic - Josh Morgan
The Redskins face a number of key decision on free agents this year. Tandler and Tarik discuss Josh Morgan's future with the team.
Josh Morgan ended up in Mike Shanahan's doghouse last year; he's like to get another shot in Washington with the new coaches.
Redskins position outlook: Pierre Garcon will be at the top of the wide receiver depth chart in September but who lines up with him remains to be seen.
New head coach Jay Gruden joins Bruce Allen and Josh Morgan at the Pigskin Event, a local event honoring D.C's high school football standouts.
In possibly his last game with the Redskins, linebacker Brian Orakpo lands on the inactive list due to a groin injury.
It was a comeback performance lost in another galling defeat. Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan rebounded from being benched last week against the Philadelphia Eagles with a season-high five receptions for 45 yards. But it was tough to enjoy it after a humbling 27-6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night at FedEx Field.
When Richard Crawford went down with a season-ending knee injury, few could guess what a significant impact his loss would make, especially on special teams.
After being scratched from the lineup Sunday, wide receiver Josh Morgan seems likely to make his return Monday night against the 49ers.
Leonard Hankerson is getting plenty of opportunities and because of the way the NFL works many of them are at the expense of fellow receiver Josh Morgan.
There was a moment of panic for Washington Redskins' Josh Morgan after he made 30 calls to his mother, who works at the Washington Navy Yard, and was unable to reach her, sports reporter Sky Kerstein tweeted Monday.
Coaches and teammates are optimistic about Bacarri Rambo, David Amerson and Phillip Thomas through 11 days of training camp. All three won't necessarily begin the regular season with the first string, but they will have opportunities to grow together during the four games this month.
Wide receiver Josh Morgan watched from the sideline Tuesday as his new Washington Redskins teammates practiced various situations during 11-on-11 team drills. He's still limited by the broken leg he suffered last October during garbage time of the San Francisco 49ers' blowout win over Tampa Bay.
After the linemen had traipsed off to the showers Thursday — their second week of OTAs in the books — the rest of the Washington Redskins engaged in some 7-on-7 action in the red zone. And a spirited competition it was, too. At one point, when Robert Griffin III, with no rush to worry about, took his sweet time finding an open receiver for a touchdown, secondary coach Raheem Morris pleaded, "Can we get a shot clock?"
Washington Redskins coaches lamented their dearth of playmakers at the end of a 5-11 season. During the opening hours of free agency Tuesday, the organization aggressively attempted to remedy that by overhauling its corps of wide receivers.
he also hinted that he's received no indication from GM Bruce Allen that the feeling was mutual.
During the offseason he has screws removed from his foot from a prior injury and he declared himself healthy and ready for bigger things in 2013.