Through two days of open training camp practices for the Washington Football Team, Dwayne Haskins has at times looked really good and at times looked like he has plenty more improving to do.
The following highlight, which occurred in Wednesday's morning session, falls firmly in the first category.
During a portion of the all-important 11-on-11 action, Haskins took a shotgun snap around the 15-yard line, evaded pressure coming from his right side, rolled out toward the sideline and then put one on Dontrelle Inman for a six-pointer.
The sequence resembled many of the clips that Haskins posted on his Instagram throughout this offseason, where he was seen darting around the backfield and showing off the increased speed that comes along with his slimmed-down body:
Did Morgan Moses maybe get away with a hold in that footage? Perhaps, but Ryan Kerrigan has dealt with far worse on the edge and didn't draw a penalty for his troubles. Regardless, that's not the thing to really pay attention to.
Instead, notice how Haskins smoothly bails from the pocket and then tosses a heater that hits Inman right in his hands and allows the receiver to get both feet down in the rectangle that every NFL pro hopes to visit.
Whatever growing pains Haskins is going through will absolutely be worth it if they lead to him creating more plays like that.
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