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All parties involved hope for at least something close to the 2013 Hatcher, when he racked up 11 sacks for the Cowboys. And Hatcher believes that is possible for a number of reasons.

Jason Hatcher's first year in Washington was disappointing, but the freedom afforded him under new coordinator Joe Barry and his new linemates have him excited for 2015.

The Washington Redskins began the third phase of their offseason program on Tuesday, holding their first official practice on Tuesday. But three of the team's top offensive players were not in attendance.

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden likes way the rookie guard feasts on criticism.

Washington continues its efforts to upgrade the defensive line, finalizing a contract agreement with former Broncos nose tackle Terrance Knighton, two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed.

SEC Defensive Player of Year Shane Ray sidelined by foot injury for Sunday’s NFL Combine, but has plenty to say about what motivates him.

In the last of a series reviewing how Washington's top players performed, a look at six of the defensive linemen, and decisions on which should be back.

The Redskins' marquee offseason acquisition said that he needed to ensure that he would not put himself at risk for more serious injury, which would set him back in his recovery.

Robert Griffin III handled a reduced practice workload on Wednesday while nursing a sprained right shoulder.

Washington without defensive starters Jason Hatcher, Keenan Robinson for NFC East reprise against Philadelphia

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