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Topic - Pierre Garcon
The Redskins are running out of room to create more salary cap space.
The Redskins have some need at wide receiver but they won't know how much until training camp.
All-Pro tight end Jimmy Graham, receiver Pierre Garcon and punter Brandon Fields will join a USO tour of U.S. military bases in Asia.
The Redskins could do worse than to spend their top draft pick on a receiver who could help Robert Griffin III right off the bat.
The Redskins need a No. 2 wide receiver to complement Pierre Garcon. Will they find what they're looking for in free agency?
It is shaping up to be a buyer's market for wide receivers in free agency as supply could exceed demand.
Jay Gruden teamed up Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert to form an effective tight end duo in Cincinnati. Will he try to do the same here? Tandler and Tarik look at the question.
Pierre Garcon broke team records in 2013, and he sealed the No. 1 wideout role in his two years with the team. Beyond Garcon, the receiving group has plenty of questions.
With the offseason underway, Robert Griffin III already has plans to meet with members of the Redskins offense to work out.
DeAngelo Hall ignites passion from the Redskins fan base, whether the reaction is good or bad.
Robert Griffin III has already taken care of one of his top offseason priorities.
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.
Redskins draft rewind: After three 2013 starts with some good and some bad, Kirk Cousins' 2014 team is to be determined.
With the Broncos heading to the Super Bowl, a Pro Bowl roster spot opened up for Denver WR Demaryius Thomas. Did Pierre Garcon get it?
Need to Know: Alfred Morris got into the Pro Bowl as an alternate yesterday and Pierre Garcon has a shot if the Broncos prevail on Sunday.