The Washington Post

Georgia’s Todd Gurley, Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon projected to become first RBs taken in first round since 2012

As he and his players work to develop an identity on offense, Jay Gruden has stressed that diversity will be key for Washington’s success.

Redskins running back tutors young teammates on the art of protecting the quarterback.

Soon after the Redskins introduced Jay Gruden as head coach of the Washington Redskins, fullback Darrel Young did his research to find out how the coach used fullbacks during his time as offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Pro Bowl running back Alfred Morris can’t predict exactly how things will play out under new coach/play-caller Jay Gruden.

Evan Royster has been a useful role player for Washington, but the team keeps drafting running backs. So to make the roster, he'll have to stand out.

Though Jay Gruden didn't use fullbacks much in Cincinnati, Darrel Young says Redskins assistants know how valuable he can be, and he'll try to earn a spot on special teams as well.

Facing a challenge from Chris Thompson and Lache Seastrunk, Helu has the advantage of experience, but is trying to impress a new coaching staff.

While much is made of the running back's lack of passes caught in college, there are reasons why he's worth a draft pick, and reasons why it was only a sixth rounder.

The 5-foot-9, 201-pound Seastrunk could fill the Redskins' need for a change-of-pace back. Last season, he had 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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