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Topic - Roy Helu, Jr.
Redskins depth chart analysis: Alfred Morris is the lead dog at running back; who is there to back him up.
30 questions: Who will break out on offense for the 2014 Redskins? Tandler and Tarik each pick a member of the 2011 draft class.
Redskins camp countdown: The Redskins will lean heavily on Alfred Morris but Roy Helu will come in handy in a variety of running back roles as well.
There is zero question about Alfred Morris' status as the workhorse in the Redskins backfield. But beyond that, questions could emerge.
20 questions: The Redskins' draft class of 2011 is on the verge of becoming a major bust. Can anyone besides Ryan Kerrigan step up and save it?
After a promising rookie year, Evan Royster has spent two seasons buried on the bench. Can he revive his NFL career under Jay Gruden?
In 2008, the Redskins finished as the NFL's eighth-ranked rushing attack. Clinton Portis ended the season with 1,487 rushing yards, good for fourth in the league. Things haven't been the same since.
The Washington Redskins will address the franchise's greatest need Thursday night when they use the second-overall draft pick to select a quarterback, almost certainly Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. Don't be surprised to hear choruses of "Hallelujah!" echo through the area around 8:30 p.m.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 34-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
There were times this season — many times, in fact — when Evan Royster would enter the locker room at Redskins Park without anyone caring to notice. Such is life for an NFL practice squad player. Anonymity is the norm.