Ryan Grant has been Washington's most consistent receiver
Washington wide receiver Ryan Grant has been the team's "most consistent" receiver this offseason, head coach Jay Gruden said.
"Without a doubt, as a far as being able to line up everywhere, run the routes exactly how we want them at the right depth coming out of them," Gruden continued. "Hopefully he’ll get more opportunities." Grant worked ahead of 2016 first-round rookie Josh Doctson during the offseason program, and this helps explain why. That said, Gruden had similarly great things to say about Grant at this time last year before the receiver saw just 19 targets.
Our models project Grant for 50 receiving yards and 0.15 touchdowns on 5 catches this year.
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