As the Washington Redskins, and the rest of the NFL, prepare to start training camp, the feeling that football is back begins to register with fans. Robert Griffin III is healthy, Jay Gruden brings a new, fresh look to the team and the roster additions all look promising.
Training camp is the time for all of the offseason work and changes—additions and subtractions—to be put to the test and graded accordingly.
At this stage, however, there is very little concrete evidence to grade as training camp gets under way. No one knows how the rookies will adjust to the big stage or how the free agents will mesh with established players.
All you really have is how the team looks on paper, and here is how the Redskins grade out position by position heading into training camp.