Jeremy Sprinkle, Logan Thomas, Richard Rodgers, Thaddeus Moss
For the past six seasons, Washington had one of the rawest talents at the position in Jordan Reed. Unfortunately for Reed and the Redskins, he has never been able to stay on the field long enough to maximize that potential.
Since he was never able to show the best ability a football player can provide, availability, Washington chose not to bring Reed back. Instead, they are hoping a new high-potential option with a very familiar last name can show off his familial skill set and revolutionize the position like his father did his.
LSU standout Thaddeus Moss, son of the legendary Randy Moss, will get a shot to fill the role left behind by Reed. Make no mistake, Thaddeus is not the freak of nature that his father was on the field. He still can provide some mismatches down the field, however, which Washington will desperately need to boost an anemic offense.
Unfortunately, Moss missed the combine due to a foot injury which is all too similar a storyline for this franchise and position in recent times. Washington will rely on veterans Sprinkle and Rodgers early with the hope that Moss can win his way into the starting lineup sooner rather than later.