As we've said numerous times, depth charts can't always be trusted and this could be a prime example. McKissic saw most of his playing time in passing situations while with the Seahawks and Lions, so there figures to be room for several backs to see playing time for Washington. Gibson, of course, has got a ton of press over the past several weeks, especially with the release of Adrian Peterson. Gibson will likely prove to be the player to watch over the long term and should end up being the back to own here.
Washington Football Team running back Bryce Love has not played in a real football game since December of 2018 when he tore his ACL in his final collegiate season at Stanford.
Nearly 20 months later, Love is healthy once again. In an exclusive interview with NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay, offensive coordinator Scott Turner is excited to see what Love can bring to the table for the Burgundy and Gold.
"He's looking good. He's another guy we're going to throw in the mix and see how he does," Turner told Finlay. "I've been pleased with him."