Five questions the Redskins must start to answer during training camp

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ASHBURN, VA – JULY 29: Washington Redskins players stretch during the first day of training camp at Redskins Park on July 29, 2011 in Ashburn, Virginia. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Redskins players report to training camp on Wednesday. Here’s a look at some of the most important things to watch entering camp.

The Washington Redskins will report to Richmond this week to begin their training camp sessions prior to August’s preseason games. This year may be the most important training camp for the Redskins since the summer of RG3’s arrival in Washington.

Not only are there new faces thrown into the QB room, including the 15th overall pick Dwayne Haskins, but arguably one of the best Redskins in team history, Trent Williams, does not plan on showing up.

Pile that on top of fan-favorite Derrius Guice’s recovery, and the presumed lame-duck year of head coach Jay Gruden and Washington will be forced to put the pieces together quickly or face the wheels falling off early into the regular season.

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