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Hankerson is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers.

Hankerson played last week after being activated from the PUP list, but he did not record a reception. This week, he's inactive, buried on Washington's wide receiver depth chart.

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Hankerson is active for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, the Washington Times reports.

With Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts in Washington's wideout mix, however, a wait-and-see approach is in order with Hankerson.

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Hankerson (knee) has been activated from the PUP list, the Washington Post reports.

Hankerson's role is unclear but it's unlikely he'll see much time on the field. He is at best 4th on the depth chart.

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Hankerson (knee) is slated to be activated for Washington's PUP list at some point this week, csnwashington.com reports.

Hankerson, who returned to practice on Oct. 15, has reportedly looked good since then, though once he rejoins the team's pass-catching mix, a wait-and-see approach is in order, with fellow wideouts Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts also in the picture.

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Hankerson (knee) practiced Wednesday, Washington's official site reports. However, he remains on the PUP list.

Once he's removed from the PUP list, the clock will begin counting down, as the team will have three week to make a decision to activate Hankerson or place him season-ending injured reserve. After Wednesday's practice, though, he said that he feels "good right now," aiding in the belief that he'll make an appearance this year. With Pierre Thomas, DeSean Jackson, and Andre Roberts in the picture, Hankerson may take some time to find his niche in the offense. That is, if he's indeed cleared for game action.

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Hankerson (knee) could be activated from the Redskins' PUP list to practice this week.

Hankerson has been sidelined since tearing his ACL and LCL last November. While still recovering, Hankerson landed on the Redskins' PUP list to begin this season, but after sitting out six games, the wideout is now eligible to return to practice. That next step in Hankerson's eventual return could come as early as this week, although Hankerson may be hard-pressed to climb Washington's crowded depth chart at wide receiver.

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Hankerson (knee) continues to ramp up his workouts and may be activated from the PUP in the coming weeks, the Washington Post reports.

Hankerson's role on the team is unclear once he's activated. He will likely be 4th or 5th on the depth chart and may bump Santana Moss or Aldrick Robinson.

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Hankerson has been placed on the reserve/PUP list, which rules him out for the first six weeks of the season, CSN Washington reports.

Even if healthy, Hankerson would likely be no higher than fifth on the depth chart, with Pierre Garcon, Jackson and Andre Roberts locked in as the top three wideouts. A bunch of different things could happen by Week 7, but there's no guarantee Hankerson will even suit up for the Redskins this season, as the team may eventually opt for an injury settlement or outright release.

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Hankerson (knee) will not play this preseason and is hopeful of avoiding the Redskins' PUP list to begin this season, ESPN Radio 980 in D.C. reports.

Hankerson says he's about two weeks away from being ready to practice, so he'll certainly be hard-pressed to make Washington's active regular season roster. With the wideout still recovering from knee ligament surgery last fall, players like Ryan Grant and Aldrick Robinson have passed Hankerson on the depth chart, while offseason additions DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts have pushed him back even further. With that in mind, Robinson faces an increasingly tough challenge to earn targets for the Redskins this season.

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Hankerson (knee) has not met with Dr. James Andrews to receive clearance to practice, the Washington Post reports. Hankerson said he feels "pretty good" but not completely back to full speed.

There's a growing chance Hankerson will open the season the PUP list.