4 Washington Redskins Who Could Be Primed to Break out in 2013

June 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Excluding rookies and those who have already made a Pro Bowl or put together anything close to what some might consider to be an "elite" season, here's a look at the four members of the Washington Redskins who could be on the verge of breaking out in a big way in 2013.
1. Offensive lineman Maurice Hurt
Age: 25
Experience: 2 seasons 
Based on what the Redskins did offensively in 2012, it was hard to find an offensive player who hadn't already broken out. But we're going out on a limb with Hurt, who could be a dark horse for that wide-open right tackle spot. 
The 2011 seventh-round pick might naturally be a guard, but Tyler Polumbus, Jeremy Trueblood and Tony Pashos aren't exactly tantalizing options at right tackle. Hurt stepped in for the 2012 season finale and put together a really solid effort, giving up no pressures while earning a positive run-block rating from Pro Football Focus (subscription required) on 54 snaps.
2. Def...

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