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Draft Scout Ryan Grant News
12/21/15 - WR Ryan Grant aggravated an oblique injury against Buffalo on Sunday. He is listed as day-to-day.
10/25/15 - WR Ryan Grant caught three passes for 54 yards, including his first career touchdown reception, in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Buccaneers. The second-year player also had a 32-yard catch that ignited a Redskins scoring drive in the third quarter.
10/04/15 - WR Ryan Grant will start in place of injured DeSean Jackson, with Andre Roberts inactive vs. the Eagles.
Roberts has only five catches for 54 yards through three games, while Grant has six for 69 yards. Grant will start opposite Pierre Garcon, with rookie Jamison Crowder the slot receiver.
08/29/14 - WR Ryan Grant, a fifth-round draft choice from Tulane, has not only been steady in practice, but he led the Redskins with 14 catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns in the four preseason games. With Leonard Hankerson still sidelined following knee surgery, Grant figures to join 35-year-old Santana Moss as the leading wideouts behind starters Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson.
05/11/14 - Coach Jay Gruden was especially high on two of Washington's five third-day draft picks, Clemson's "technically sound" cornerback Bashaud Breeland in the fourth round and speedy Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk in the sixth round even if the latter doesn't have experience catchign passes. Gruden singled out Breeland and seventh-round tight end Ted Bolser from Indiana as rookies who could bolster the Redskins' league-worst special teams.
Gruden added that fifth-round receiver Ryan Grant from Tulane could have been picked earlier and that seventh-round kicker Zach Hosker from Arkansas could make the roster as a kickoff specialist if he doesn't beat out accurate incumbent Kai Forbath. "From a talent standpoint, I don't think anybody can question that we've significantly upgraded out football team," Gruden said evaluating the additions the Redskins have made in free agency and the draft to a team that went 3-13 last year, a season after winning the NFC East title. - The Sports Xchange