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Training camp MVPs for all 32 NFL teams

NFL Nation tabs Mr. Training Camp for every team, from the reigning Defensive Player of the Year to a potential quarterback of the future.

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1dJohn Keim

McCoy injury likely makes Keenum Skins' top QB

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Colt McCoy may not be ready to play until "two or three weeks into the season," as he recovers from a broken leg.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy said he has visited foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson during training camp about his right leg. McCoy said there was no setback but there's still no timetable for when he'll be 100 percent. The issue remains an inability to fully push off when passing.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins showed some maturity on his 55-yard touchdown pass. A hard count got the Bengals safeties to rotate too early. Haskins changed the protection and also changed his focus. The play was originally designed to go to the right. Later in the game he did a good job looking off the safety on a missed deep ball. Haskins also said he didn't miss any protection calls.

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Haskins up and down, Finley strong as Bengals beat Redskins

Washington first-round pick Dwayne Haskins made strong throws and his share of mistakes, and fellow rookie Ryan Finley continued to make his case to be Cincinnati's backup quarterback in the Bengals' 23-13 victory over the Redskins on Thursday night...

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins lost a second straight preseason game, 23-13, to the Bengals and there's seemingly no real leader in the quarterback battle. That's not good. Rookie Dwayne Haskins did throw a pretty 55-yard touchdown pass, showing off the arm. He finished seven-of-14 for 114 yards and, this is important, no interceptions. Case Keenum was three-of-seven for 57 yards. He hasn't seized the position. Washington's first defense did a solid job, led by the line. The Redskins have a lot of work to do offensively.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins Donald Penn to work his way back into game shape and play a solid left tackle or to have Geron Christian develop in a hurry. The Redskins' line clearly is better with Trent Williams at left tackle, but there's a definite chance he won't play here again. It'll be on those two to make it work and they've both shown in two preseason games that a lot of work remains. Otherwise, the Redskins will have to do something they haven't done in a long time: Give the left tackle extra help.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwayne Haskins showed some maturity on his touchdown pass. He saw the Bengals rotate their safeties at the last second, then called something out to the line. He sensed the blitz and showed urgency in the pocket in delivering a strike to Robert Davis. It was a good job on multiple fronts by Haskins: recognition; poise and a perfect pass.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The failed deep ball from Case Keenum to Josh Doctson is symbolic of where the passing game is probably at these days. They don't have a ton of time together and they clearly read the coverage differently as Keenum threw to the outside and Doctson went inside. It's a function of Keenum being new to the team and also having to split reps with Colt McCoy as they battle for the starting job.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

One thing that jumps out about the Redskins' defense: Effort up front. Linemen Daron Payne and Jonathan Allen both made plays in pursuit along the sidelines, which wouldn't surprise anyone who watched them in college or so far in the NFL. But it sets a good tone for the defense. There should be a different mindset throughout the defense this season, thanks to the front and also the addition of safety Landon Collins.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Montae Nicholson is a big key for the Redskins' defense this season. They should be good, but he could take them a bit higher if he plays with speed and range. He could then make a formidable safety pair with Landon Collins. Nicholson didn't have to do much on his interception other than catch and run, but with his speed he wasn't going to be caught. The Redskins need him to play a full season and show all that he can do.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins likely will play around two quarters vs. the Bengals. The Redskins want to see progress from his preseason opener vs. Cleveland. Last week, Haskins showed positives with his arm and poise. But they want to see how he handles protection calls and if he's not as late on certain throws.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Case Keenum has an opportunity to do something that so far hasn't been done this summer: create separation in the race for the starting job. Neither he nor Colt McCoy, out for a second straight game because of issues with the leg he broke in December, have done enough yet to warrant starting ahead of the other. Coach Jay Gruden said he wasn't sure how much he'd play the starters, but typically in the second preseason game he plays them about a quarter or so. Keenum needs to provide confidence that he can be the starter.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Colt McCoy's leg is making it tough for the Redskins to see a true quarterback competition. He won't play for a second straight preseason game as he deals with the effects of his broken leg last December and three subsequent surgeries. Case Keenum will start again Thursday and Dwayne Haskins will back him up. Coach Jay Gruden wasn't sure when McCoy would be right.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Jonathan Allen was recognized before the Redskins walk-through at Joint Base Andrews for his leadership. He received the Commander's Coin.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Adrian Peterson said he wouldn't be surprised by whatever holdout tackle Trent Williams does, whether he returns or not. He also called Williams the best left tackle in the game "hands down."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins running back Derrius Guice still hasn't been cleared to play in games, coach Jay Gruden said. Guice, coming off a torn ACL suffered last preseason, has participated in practices, including the full-team work. Gruden said, "He looks good. You see him running around and cutting and running fast and catching the ball and pass protecting. But until I get the thumbs up [from the doctors], he'll be next to me."

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Washington has told multiple teams this summer it is not trading 7-time Pro Bowl OT Trent Williams, per sources. Williams has held out of camp, but Washington hasn't flinched. Teams repeatedly have called about Williams, teams have inquired, and so far, teams have been rebuffed.

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