Expectations are high for Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III. The reality is that RG3 cannot live up to the hype on his own. He does need a little help from the players around him, particularly the wide receivers. Second-year receiver Leonard Hankerson expects to be fully recovered from hip surgery in time to help out the young quarterback, according to the Washington Post.
Hankerson injured during an eight-catch, 106-yard breakout game against the Dolphins in Week 10. He had surgery in February to repair a torn labrum in his right hip.
"I'm feeling good, getting better every day. Not quite there yet, but hopefully I will be in a couple of weeks."
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan expects Hankerson to see plenty of playing time along with free agent additions Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan.
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