The odd man out

The one area not seriously addressed in the offseason has been wide receiver.
With Donovan McNabb in town, the big question was in regards to whom he would be throwing to.  Santana Moss, you know what you are going to get from him.  He will always be fast and be your deep threat.  However, it is no secret he is not who he was in 2005.  He may have slowed down, so with that, who else is there?
Devin Thomas is expected to make a move.  He is expected to make a move, because he hasn’t done much since he has been here.  Sure, he had a breakout game in 2010 versus the Saints, but other than that he was pretty silent. He actually has been pretty quiet his whole career, 40 catches for three touchdowns.
Malcolm Kelly appears to be the guy on the immediate hot seat.  Not much bad press has been made on this guy since Mike Shanahan has been here, but not much news has been made about him at all.  He has the physical talents, why can he not step up?  On opening day, Thomas was listed as the official number two receiver, since then he really has not seen the light of day.  He has not sniffed the endzone in two complete seasons.  He hasn’t even scored in preseason.  I am afraid that if he doesn’t impresses the coaches it may be possible that this 6’4 wide receiver may have seen his last days in DC.

The one area not seriously addressed in the offseason has been wide receiver.

With Donovan McNabb in town, the big question was in regards to whom he would be throwing to.  Santana Moss, you know what you are going to get from him.  He will always be fast and be your deep threat.  However, it is no secret he is not who he was in 2005.  He may have slowed down, so with that, who else is there?

Devin Thomas is expected to make a move.  He is expected to make a move, because he hasn’t done much since he has been here.  Sure, he had a breakout game in 2010 versus the Saints, but other than that he was pretty silent. He actually has been pretty quiet his whole career, 40 catches for three touchdowns.

Malcolm Kelly appears to be the guy on the immediate hot seat.  Not much bad press has been made on this guy since Mike Shanahan has been here, but not much news has been made about him at all.  He has the physical talents, why can he not step up?  On opening day, Thomas was listed as the official number two receiver, since then he really has not seen the light of day.  He has not sniffed the endzone in two complete seasons.  He hasn’t even scored in preseason.  I am afraid that if he doesn’t impresses the coaches it may be possible that this 6’4 wide receiver may have seen his last days in DC.

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