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Redskins free agency: What Washington could and should do along the offensive line

NFL free-agent market is thin at two spots Washington needs dearly: Guard and right tackle. Here's what lies ahead.

Which interior linemen should the Redskins bring back next season?

We analyze which of the interior linemen in the mix at the end of the season have a role in Washington next year, then open the floor to you.

Reviewing the play of the Redskins’ interior offensive linemen

There were bright spots and blights among Washington's guards and centers in 2014. Here's a closer look at how they played.

Trent Murphy leaves game with broken hand

Rookie Trent Murphy fractured the third metacarpal in his right hand during a play late in the first quarter and did not return.

Jay Gruden, postgame: ‘Anytime you get a victory, the quarterback gets a major, major thumbs up’

Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.

A struggling quarterback and offensive line need to help each other in pass protection

When an offensive line or quarterback isn't playing well, there are ways for one to assist the other. For Washington, neither is helping.

Injury report: Jason Hatcher and Trent Williams remain sidelined (updated)

Defensive end Jason Hatcher on Wednesday missed another practice because of inflammation in his right knee. It’s the same injury that forced the 32-year-old Hatcher out of last Sunday’s game and all of the practices leading up to that contest.

Trent Williams expected to miss practice time with shoulder sprain

Left tackle Trent Williams did not need an MRI exam on his shoulder injury, but he will probably miss Tuesday's practice, if not more.

Trent Williams leaves game with shoulder injury

The Redskins endured a portion of the second half without left tackle Trent Williams because of a right shoulder injury.

The Test: What’s gone wrong with Washington’s run game, and can it be fixed?

Against the Rams, the offensive line, tight ends and running backs contributed to the lack of success. Do the Giants provide an opportunity to get on track?

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