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Trent Williams may or may not have a fractured relationship. The team president either wasn’t asked or didn’t answer a question about their relationship Tuesday night during an appearance at the team’s annual “Celebration in the End Zone.”Williams remains a holdout Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins Jersey , sitting out training camp.Allen allowed that ice has not thawed, Michael Phillips of the reports.Allen didn’t say much more, other than the team still wants him on the field this season.“Training camp is going on,” Allen said, via Phillips. “We’re doing well, and we’d love to have Trent here.”Washington signed veteran Donald Penn to bolster its depth at the position. Allen said the team still hopes to get Williams back.“We like Donald; Donald had a good workout,” Allen said. “But we still want Trent.” Washington running back Adrian Peterson has set a goal of 2,000 rushing yards for the 2019 season and that would look like a stretch even if the team didn’t have Derrius Guice on hand as an alternative to the 34-year-old in the backfield.Giving Guice time in the offense won’t help Peterson’s chances of crossing the 2 Cheap Terry McLaurin Jersey ,000-yard mark for the second time in his NFL career, but the thought around the team is that the 2018 second-round pick’s presence could help Peterson stick around the league a while longer.“Yes it can,” running backs coach Randy Jordan said, via ESPN.com. “There’s no question the man has taken a lot of hits, but also delivered a lot. The thing I’m trying to get them to understand: All you guys can feed off each other. It allows them to come to the sidelines and see the whole game in a different light.”Peterson said during offseason work that “it’s way too early” to start thinking about how the workload is going to be divvied up in the regular season with Guice coming off a torn ACL, but a healthy training camp and preseason should ensure that there’s going to be a bigger split of the work than last year.