Redksins WR Leonard Hankerson was starting to look good last year before a hip injury ended his season, and the coaches believe he has the ability to develop into the true No. 1 game-breaker they have lacked. He has said he's fully healthy and cleared to participate in all offseason activities, and if he can stay healthy and develop a rapport with Griffin, he could be a big-time weapon for this offense in short order. He has the ability to create physical and athletic mismatches in the secondary, and the issues he had with actually catching the ball early last year seem to have been corrected.
Redksins WR Leonard Hankerson was starting to look good...
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