Grant could play a larger role in Washington's offense this season, Stephen Czarda of the Redskins' official site reports.

With DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon out of the nation's capital, Grant could see increased opportunities in 2017, especially considering his ability to play anywhere on the field. "The good thing about Ryan is that he can play all over the place," head coach Jay Gruden noted. "Ryan can play all three spots, very good blocker, can do a little bit of everything." That ability bodes well for the 26-year-old, as he will be competing among Josh Doctson, Brian Quick and Maurice Harris for reps behind starters Jamison Crowder and Terrelle Pryor. Grant's jack-of-all-trades style could separate him from the group as he looks to build upon his 39 career receptions.

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