Jay Gruden on Saturday night. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

After receiving Sunday off to recover from Saturday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Washington Redskins get back to work Monday and will begin laying the groundwork for their final preseason contest.

The Redskins have a limited prep time, however, as Game 4 will take place Thursday in Tampa.

Washington will hold full practices Monday and Tuesday, and then have a walk-through Wednesday morning before traveling to Florida later in the day.

The Redskins starters aren’t expected to play Thursday against the Buccaneers. Coach Jay Gruden said he believes he has seen enough from those players, and that this game will represent a final opportunity for the backups to audition for jobs and spots on the depth chart.

The starting lineups on both sides of the ball have been determined, and many on special teams have been carved out.  The only key position job up for grabs is that of place kicker, as third-year pro Kai Forbath and rookie Zach Hocker continue to duke it out.

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