ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim wrote that coaches say both Rob Kelley and Samaje Perine are quicker and running with more confidence this summer, owing to their familiarity with the offense and perhaps shedding some weight (Kelley in particular). So Keim writes there is reason to believe both could be better.
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The story also added that it's hard to know if the Skins will commit to either one as the lead back. Thompson is going to get plenty of work in the passing game, but as John Paulsen noted, in games when Thompson was healthy, other Redskins backs averaged about 16 touches per game.