Redskins receiver Josh Doctson gave the fans a back to the future moment when he walked off the practice field. He departed holding left arm close to his body, signaling an arm/shoulder issue. In the 32 possible games to start his career, Doctson has appeared in only 16, basically playing a one full season worth of games. Albeit the injury seems to be an AC joint sprain/shoulder bruise according to NFL insider Ian Rapport. Even Doctson took to twitter give his diagnose on the injury and reassure fans that he is alright.
— JD (@JDoc_son) August 1, 2018
Although the injury may be minor, his injury history should leave skins nation a tad concerned. His injury history displays a theme, fractured wrist, Achilles tendinitis, hamstring pull, & possible AC joint/sprain. This receiver room is young and underwhelming. There is a physical playmaker out there and he’s waiting for the right opportunity. Of course, I am talking about former Cowboy Dez Bryant. The 29-year-old can give this passing game a boost. Even if Doctson is healthy for the season, a veteran receiver can be quite beneficial. He desires to face his former team, and this would set up two entertaining match ups. Give Dez a call, he is ready and waiting.