While the majority of the focus heading toward Washington Redskins training camp will be on the quarterbacks, the running backs gear up to get a tight battle of their own.
Adrian Peterson is set to be direct dog, but the Redskins consider the competition for carries will buoy the group. Derrius Guice, coming off a torn ACL, is anticipated to be ready for training camp, and when he’s regained the form he showed last offseason could carve a big role. Chris Thompson, who coped with an injury-marred 2018, should play with the pass-catching role once again, and with questions at receiver, that function might be vital. Rookie Bryce Love likely will not be prepared for the beginning of the season, but down the road could siphon off carries. And Samaje Perine that is 23-year-old remains a option.
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Once healthy, the team looks deep on paper. There’s an opportunity that the competition could upset the apple cart, particularly given the fact that Peterson is not a back that normally shares the load. The coaching staff, however, considers the competition will bring out the best all around.
“It is upped our game, and those guys get a bit angry when all of the sudden a guy gets a few repetitions and they are looking at me like,’Coach, when is my turn?'” Running backs coach Randy Jordan said, per the team’s official website. “It makes it effortless to coach when you’ve got a great room like that.”
Added Jordan:”You want those men which are really, very enthusiastic and take this to heart, for example,’Hey, I want to be the guy.'”
Jordan has insisted a 50/50 or 60/40 split between Peterson and Guice will be perfect, even if All Day hasn’t shared with the load successfully in this fashion. If Thompson stays healthy, the Redskins have a formulation to get a running back committee that may do harm.
If rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins wins the starting QB gig out of camp, then the RB trio will likely be of greater import. Irrespective of who lines up under center, expect the Redskins to begin the season relying upon the ground game to spearhead the offense until the pass attack rounds into shape.
“Hopefully we have equilibrium. That is always the secret,” coach Jay Gruden said. “When we had been successful last year with Alex [Smith] early in the summer, it’s because we had been moving the football, making our third downs, mixing at the run, pass and play activity. That’s when most offenses are at their best.”

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