In a league in which the workhorse running back is all but extinct, Washington has one such back in Alfred Morris. Washington was first in rushing offense in 2012 and fifth last season. During that time span, Morris accounted for over 60 percent of the team's rushing offense.
Considering the short shelf life that running backs have, you'd think that the 'Skins would have a better cast of backs behind him.
Roy Helu, Lache Seastrunk, Chris Thompson, Evan Royster and Silas Redd are the backs Washington has behind its bell cow.
Of these five players, only two—Royster and Helu—have an NFL carry to their name. As a group with injury concerns as well, how will the depth chart shake out once the season commences?
Let's find out. Here is the breakdown of Washington's depth chart at running back.