After 12 grueling practices and seven walk-throughs in the sweltering Richmond heat, the Washington Redskins are officially done with training camp. The session spanning 2½ weeks concluded Sunday with a final morning practice before the team heads back to Ashburn on Monday.

“I think it went good,” Coach Jay Gruden said. “We accomplished what we wanted to. We’ve had some good days and we’ve had some sloppy days, as most teams do this time of year. Overall I think we’ve got a good look at a lot of guys, and that’s the intent of training camp — to get your system installed and then watch these guys progress, watch these guys play and just continue to add to our evaluation process. We’ve done a good job so far. Still a lot of time left for these guys to show what they can do and put some days together and try to fight to make this football team.”

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Left side in limbo

The conclusion of training camp brought no clarity to the left side of the offensive line. Trent Williams’s holdout has turned an offensive strength into a giant question mark. Geron Christian, a 2018 third-round pick, worked as the first-team left tackle after returning from a medial collateral ligament tear that forced him to end his rookie season on injured reserve. In a perfect world, the coaching staff would prefer to have another year of development for the athletic-yet-raw lineman, but the absence of Williams has thrust him into the middle of a competition for the starting job.

That competition is with Donald Penn, a 13th-year veteran who was basically signed off the street less than two weeks ago. Penn has a history of success with three Pro Bowls and 174 career starts, but he is 36 years old and coming off a groin injury.

The left guard position also remains unsettled. Former No. 9 pick Ereck Flowers was signed to switch from tackle, a position where he struggled in his first four years in the NFL. There’s power in his 6-foot-6, 330-pound frame, but things happen fast on the inside, and he has a tendency to give up leverage. The preference is for him to win the job, considering the team gave him $1.5 million in guaranteed money.

Wes Martin also brings power to the position, but he is just a rookie and Flowers got the majority of snaps in the first preseason game. Teammates and coaches have raved about Martin, but Flowers will get the edge if things are considered equal.

The dependability of the line will be particularly important if rookie Dwayne Haskins is named the starting quarterback.

“We’ve got a lot of new guys right now,” center Chase Roullier said. “We’re starting to click together as an offense. That takes a little bit of time, and I think we’re definitely getting there. … We are in a good place already, but it’s a continuing effort. … You can always get more and more comfortable with the guy next to you. … It’s something that just takes more and more reps, takes a little bit of time.”

Same with QB

Gruden said he doesn’t have a better feel for who could start at quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1 than he did before camp started. That’s not much of a surprise considering no one in the group has separated from the pack.

Haskins is your classic rookie, trying to get down the intricate details of playing the position. There’s no question about his arm strength — he is the most physically blessed quarterback on the roster. He has the ability to make throws others simply cannot. The issue is getting all the pre-snap functions down and being more accurate.

Case Keenum was the most consistent in camp but was not brilliant. He didn’t make the most splashy plays, though he did throw a 46-yard touchdown in the first preseason game. His strength is limiting turnovers, which could work for a team that went 6-3 with Alex Smith playing smart and unspectacular football last season before he got injured.

Colt McCoy is in his fifth year in the system, and Gruden is comfortable with him. He knows details of the scheme and operates with efficiency. The issue is McCoy remains a bit of a gunslinger. He made the most splashy plays in camp, but he will also turn the ball over. This is a team that can’t rack up turnovers and expect to win.

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Smaller competitions

Camp highlighted some of the position battles to make the team. There’s talent and depth in places, but everyone can’t make the 53-man roster.

At cornerback, the emergence of seventh-round pick Jimmy Moreland gives the coaching staff something to consider. The two outside starters are Josh Norman and Quinton Dunbar, but the playmaking Moreland has pushed Fabian Moreau for the slot corner spot. Those four are locks to make the roster. So is there room for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Greg Stroman, Danny Johnson and Adonis Alexander? History tells us only six cornerbacks are likely to make the final 53.

The same can be said about wide receiver. Josh Doctson, Paul Richardson Jr., Trey Quinn, Cam Sims, Terry McLaurin and Kelvin Harmon are making the roster. Sims was the breakout player of the group after an ankle injury put him on injured reserve last year. Does that leave room for either or both Brian Quick and Robert Davis?

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Reed is ready

The most positive thing coming out of camp was the daily show Jordan Reed put on. The tight end is fully healthy and looks like the player who nearly reached 1,000 yards and had 11 touchdowns in 2015. Reed is the most versatile offensive weapon the Redskins have, and his ability makes life easier for whichever quarterback wins the job.

“I wanted to get better every day, show myself that I’m healthy and can practice multiple days in a row and I can compete with the best of them,” Reed said. “I definitely feel good. Definitely feels different from last year, the way guys are guarding me. The type of separation I’m getting. It just feels a lot better. This is best I’ve felt in the last two, three years.”

Injury update

Quinn has a sore thumb and is questionable for Thursday’s preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Quarterback Josh Woodrum was scheduled to have surgery on a torn pectoral muscle Sunday.

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