Anthony Armstrong hasn't suited up for the Redskins since the 2011 season, but could that be changing?
We meet again. pic.twitter.com/IZj6xGyKmn— Anthony Armstrong (@MrArmstrong13) April 10, 2014
In 34 games over three seasons, Armstrong played 29 times for the Redskins during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. His best season came in 2010 when Armstrong pulled in 44 catches for 871 yards and three touchdowns for Washington.
After the recent signing of DeSean Jackson, the Redskins are deep at receiver. Jackson and Pierre Garçon top the WR depth chart, and the Redskins also brought in Andre Roberts from Arizona this offseason. Behind them are Leonard Hankerson, Santana Moss, Aldrick Robinson, not to mention Nick Williams and David Gettis.
Typical NFL rosters carry six receivers, with only five dressing for games. That leaves the Skins already long on pass catchers before Armstrong comes in for a visit.
Who knows what the meaning of Armstrong's visit to Redskins Park means, but check back for any updates.
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