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Josh LeRibeus among the half-dozen Redskins guards getting ‘cross-trained’ at center, as an insurance policy.

The Redskins on Tuesday announced the signings of a pair of free agent offensive linemen, Ty Larsen and Tyler Nsekhe.

The Redskins on Thursday made another key hire, signing Bill Callahan to a three-year deal to become their offensive line coach.

With tactical smarts and extra heft, Redskins' former left guard is showing promise at center.

Redskins rookie tackle Morgan Moses cites benefits of working against Patriots and behind Pro Bowler Trent Williams

With roster spots precious, second-string guards Josh LeRibeus and Spencer Long, third-round picks in 2012 and 2014, must show they can play either side.

As they watched their priority offensive line free agent signing of the year participate in offseason practices, Jay Gruden and his assistants had real concerns.

The Redskins Pro Bowler says he could have played tight end or outside linebacker, but his teammates like him right where he is -- at left tackle, protecting Robert Griffin III's blind side.

Center Kory Lichtensteiger and coach Jay Gruden both expressed encouragement over the progress that the sixth-year pro has made while transitioning to his new role along the offensive line.

The Redskins announced that they have waived outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins a year after drafting him in the fifth round out of Florida State.

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