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Redskins WRs Paul Richardson (knee) and Jamison Crowder (ankle) missed Wednesday's walkthrough. Richardson was sidelined late in Monday night's loss to the Saints with his injury; we didn't notice Crowder get hurt. We'll keep an eye on both guys the rest of the week, but neither is much of a fantasy option.

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Redskins WR Paul Richardson (hamstring) is out for Sunday's game against the Jets. He hasn't been on the fantasy radar this season, but his absence doesn't hurt WR Terry McLaurin's target outlook. Richardson has averaged 4.4 targets per game this year.

Washington WR Paul Richardson told the Washington Times this week that he feels "100%" after surgery on the shoulder he injured last August, an injury he played through for 7 games. The team has worked him back in slowly through the spring, but HC Jay Gruden expects Richardson to be back to full health for training camp. "I think we will be able to see what he can bring to this football team," Gruden said. Richardson has been lingering to the end of drafts so far and isn't likely to climb out of value range in an offense no one is excited about.

Redskins WR Paul Richardson needs surgery for an AC joint injury in his shoulder and will miss the rest of the season, HC Jay Gruden announced Monday. Richardson has been a non-factor this year, topping 50 yards in just 1 of 7 outings. But it's another blow to an injury-ravaged WR corps. With Jamison Crowder still dealing with his ankle injury, Washington is down to Josh Doctson, Maurice Harris and Michael Floyd atop the depth chart.

Redskins WR Paul Richardson (shoulder, knee) is inactive for today’s game against the Cowboys. WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) is also out, leaving Josh Doctson, Maurice Harris, Brian Quick and Michael Floyd as Washington’s WRs. TE Jordan Reed should be busy again after seeing 9 targets last week.

Redskins WRs Paul Richardson (shoulder, knee), Jamison Crowder (ankle) and Josh Doctson (heel) are all listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Panthers. We'll see who's able to give it a go around noon ET on Sunday, but none of these guys are reliable fantasy options. TE Jordan Reed could be busy this weekend.

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