Washington is planning on rolling with the youngsters in 2019, and they have good reason to do so. There hasn't been much production out of their receiving corps for a while, so it makes perfect sense for Jay Gruden to want to start over with the group that they've drafted over the last couple of years.
The question is, do those young players need a veteran leader to help show them the ropes? Recent scuttlebutt suggested they inquire about acquiring Atlanta's Mohamed Sanu. Would he be a good fit or would another vet receiver make a bigger impact?