A league source tells the Washington Examiner that Pierre Garcon will not need foot surgery this offseason.
Garcon had pain in his right foot last preseason and then tore ligaments during Week 1. He ended up playing in just 10 games and was severely limited in four. However, undergoing surgery to repair his plantar plate wouldn't have guaranteed a full recovery, and specialists now believe that barring a setback, rest will do the trick. The Examiner's source says Garcon -- who hasn't been running since the Redskins' season ended on Jan. 6 -- should be 100 percent by the start of 2013. We'll still have a yellow flag next to his name as foot injuries at the wideout position can linger.