With the arrival of spring, the Washington Football team is already preparing for spring training. We have your sneak preview here for wide receivers
The Washington Football team is already getting ready for the 2018-2019 football season. Perhaps no position is more in flux than the wide receivers. The top wide receiver in terms of yardage has moved to the NFL in each of the past two years: both John Ross and Dante Pettis have moved on. And in their wake, the Washington Huskies have no clear WR1, WR2, or WR3. In fact, the entire passing attack, although expected to be robust, has not yet set names to roles just yet.
And perhaps that is what makes this spring training so very special for the Washington Football team. They have lots of questions, and they hope is that answers appear on or after March 28, 2018. That’s what spring training is all about after all, right? The team must sort through 15 wide receivers (plus tight ends plus running backs) to align players with positions, talents with schemes, skillsets with needs.
But the aerial assault must include reviewing the quarterback situation at Washington as well. After all, anyone catching the ball can only be as successful as the person launching that ball into the air. To catch up on the quarterbaack review, we have that already prepared here.
For now, our review is the circus-catching, move the chains guys whose football careers hinge upon wanting the football more than the defensive secondary. This article is about the Washington Football team wide receivers.