'A lot can be done in 13 games,' left tackle Trent Williams said after the loss to the Lions.
Aiming to establish himself as a perennial Pro Bowl player, Trent Williams has gotten off to a strong start.
Having rebounded from a 3-6 start last season, the Redskins believe they can work their way out of the 0-2 hole.
Quarterback joins Williams, Fletcher, Cofield and Doughty as Washington's captains.
The left tackle has been limited by a sprained wrist, and the safety is being brought back slowly while recovering from last season's knee injury.
Above all, quarterback Robert Griffin III seems to be making progress in his return.
Starting left tackle continues to practice with black cast on left wrist, looking forward to "hitting somebody with a different color jersey on."
Starting left tackle Trent Williams injured his left wrist late in Tuesday afternoon’s practice and headed to the locker room with it heavily wrapped in ice.
"It’s about that time to prove myself,” says the Redskins' 25-year-old LT, who wasn't satisfied by making the Pro Bowl last season.
John Keim continues his look at each Redskins position entering training camp. Today: the offensive line.