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Used sporadically for much of the season, Aldrick Robinson appears to have turned a corner in the final month of the season.

Now 12 games into his rookie season, cornerback David Amerson notices improved comfort and understanding on the field.

A second-year pro with two previously unsuccessful, brief stints with San Francisco and Philadelphia, Trenton Robinson embraced the opportunity to prove himself to a new team.

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound Clemson product talks about the importance of technique in the NFL and why it helps to be loose on game day.

In today’s Game Day Q&A, Paul discusses his role as a kick returner, his college experience in this department, his style and key to success.

After spending nearly a full season on the injured list, running back Roy Helu Jr. returned to action this season and has carved out a role for himself as the Washington Redskins’ change-of-pace back.

After three seasons of trying to crack a 53-man NFL roster, defensive lineman Chris Baker finally reached his breakthrough last season as he earned a role as backup nose tackle with the Redskins last season.

Now in his fourth NFL season and third as a starter, inside linebacker Perry Riley Jr. has taken an obvious step forward in his development.

In a league and a position where size often matters, Redskins left guard Kory Lichtensteiger is an exception to the rule.

Brandon Meriweather talks about his pregame ritual, misconceptions, his favorite superhero and more.

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