The coach says of the quarterback, who will play this season under the franchise tag, "We fully anticipate him improving in a big way this year."
The quarterback isn't the same quarterback from 2015 training camp.
The linebacker might have rushed back too soon late last season, so the team is taking a cautious approach in training camp.
The rookie from TCU says he's a fast healer, and he's preparing to make it through a long season, not hurry back.
The player wearing the star quarterback's old number is focused on making the Redskins' roster.
Both players had missed offseason practices because of injuries and are still recovering.
Matt Jones is slated to get carries, but beyond that, the roles are uncertain.
It's hot down in Richmond. Jay Gruden said practice times might get changed or cut because of the weather.
Houston Bates, Lynden Trail and Willie Jefferson will get chances to impress the coaching staff before Washington makes a move.
The roster is currently at a maximum 90 players after the Redskins waived defensive back Kyshoen Jarrett.