The  Washington Redskins will be without cornerback Josh Holsey for the first part of training camp. The seventh-round pick in the 2017 draft impressed last season on special teams and minimally on the defensive side of the ball. 

While the Redskins were hoping to see a big jump from the young corner in his sophomore season, they'll have to wait because of an injury he suffered right before camp. 

Holsey is already a great story with the abbreviated success he's had in the ​NFL. The former Auburn Tiger suffered two separate ACL injuries while in college, making him a risk most professional teams would be unlikely to take. 

Of course, Washington decided to take a gamble, and thus far the seventh-rounder has been an effective special teams player.  

While the specifics of the injury are unknown, Holsey and the Redskins without a doubt are hoping for speedy recovery.