I hate to base so much off injuries, but the OTAs will do that to you as a fan.
If guys aren't healthy and active by the time OTAs kick in, fans tend to grow a bit restless.
For the Redskins, one of the many players we're holding out hope for is running back Roy Helu.
Initially, the injury was thought to be pretty basic. He'd be all set and ready to go by the start of 2013. But things seem to have been worse than expected and now there's concern of whether or not Helu is damaged goods.
The Redskins drafted running back Jawan Jamison in the seventh round last month, possibly for insurance in the case that Helu can't make a full recovery and contribute this season.
Not that Jamison doesn't have potential of his own, but he doesn't quite have the acceleration and straight-line speed of Helu.
Keep an eye on No. 29 and his progress throughout the summer. It'll likely determine a roster spot.