Doctson (Achilles) has looked "quick and healthy" in offseason workouts, CSN Mid-Atlantic's JP Finlay reports.

The Redskins' 2016 first-round pick, Doctson appeared in just two games last year before landing on injured reserve with a season-ending Achilles tear. Fortunately, his rehabilitation seems to have gone about as well as possible: the receiver was back to running and catching by February, and he's reportedly been back to 100 percent since late March. In the two months since, there's been nothing to suggest the TCU product has experienced any sort of setback, and his participation in voluntary OTAs this offseason suggests the team has since cleared him to return to the field.

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