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Poll Results: Which Running Backs Will Make The 53?


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With more than 11,000 votes tallied together, fans made their voice heard on and 69 percent selected rookie Trey Williams as the player they thought would play behind Alfred Morris and Matt Jones on the 53-man roster.

Check out images of rookie running back Trey Williams during his first few months with the Washington Redskins.

This seems like a hefty percentage considering Silas Redd Jr., who only received 21 percent of the vote, played throughout last season as a third down back and had some success. Chris Thompson received seven percent of the vote after getting playing time at the end of last season.

Williams has shown versatility during offseason workouts, taking reps at punt and kick returner with rookie Jamison Crowder and Andre Roberts, and could be a viable option depending how things shake out during training camp.

Make sure to check out the website's new poll, which asks who will be the Redskins' No. 3 wide receiver.

So, take the votes for what they're worth. Thanks for voting!





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