Last week, the Washington Redskins swung a deal presumably to draft Robert Griffin III as their next franchise quarterback -- now, they're turning their attention to loading up RG3's arsenal. The Redskins will sign Josh Morgan and Pierre Garcon, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter, while Eddie Royal could be next.
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The Redskins signed Garcon to a whopper of a deal this afternoon, giving him five years and approximately $42.5 million. The former Indianapolis Colt made 70 catches for 947 yards and six touchdowns last season.
Morgan, a former San Francisco 49er, is expected to get a two-year deal in Washington. Morgan made just 15 catches for 220 yards in a 2011 season shortened by injury. The Redskins don't have a done deal yet with Royal, who played last season for the Denver Broncos.