WR Josh Doctson, Washington Redskins

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Josh Doctson has never lacked talent. But he hasn’t put it all together yet.

The Washington Redskins receiver enters his third season after an injury-plagued rookie experience and an underwhelming sophomore campaign. Doctson finished fifth on Washington’s roster last year with 35 receptions and 502 yards. Playing 16 games, though, built the young receiver’s confidence. nfl custom jerseys cheap

“Every new year I’m looking to be better. I have been better,” Doctson said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Drew Davison. “Just off the field maturing, off the field understanding how to be an NFL player. There’s just a lot that goes into this game that people overlook when they first get into the league.cheap custom nfl jerseys  I lost my first year [to injury], last year I was able to play and then this year looking to do huge things.”

The TCU product entered the 2016 NFL draft as the top wide receiver prospect of the class. Concerns over a lingering Achilles injury caused a draft-day slide and continued to plague him. Now fully healthy, Doctson should return to the player who showed explosive downfield capabilities and once leaped over cheap customized nfl jerseys defenders with the greatest of ease.

Alongside Jamison Crowder and Jordan Reed, Doctson will be new quarterback Alex Smith’s vertical threat.