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Washington has not addressed right tackle, right guard, outside linebacker or free safety in free agency. But coach Jay Gruden said each of those voids could be filled by a current Redskin.

There's Trent Williams and everyone else when it comes to Washington's offensive line bookends. Here's a closer look at how they all played in 2014.

Tackle Morgan Moses is headed to the injured reserve list with a lisfranc injury that will require surgery to repair.

After missing last week's game because of a lower leg contusion, wide receiver DeSean Jackson returned to action in a limited capacity on Wednesday.

In today’s mailbag, we try to find something for you to cling to – some sliver of hope – regarding the future of this franchise.

With a sprained knee and ankle, Trent Williams ‘faces a long road’ to play Sunday at San Francisco, Gruden says

The rookie tackle who stepped in for Trent Williams, and the third-year player on the other side, were in the spotlight against the Bucs' talented line.

The MRI conducted on the right knee of left tackle Trent Williams confirmed that he sprained the medial collateral ligament, but revealed no further damage, coach Jay Gruden said on Monday.

Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee and will have an MRI exam on it on Monday morning. Williams also sprained his right ankle.

The Redskins' usual right tackle is inactive, and Tom Compton starts in his place. Quarterback Robert Griffin III sits out as well.

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