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

Who stood out at Washington's second offseason practice session of the week.

The Redskins hope that the intensified approach translates to increased success in the run game, where they have excelled the last three seasons, and in the pass protection department, one of their greater weaknesses.

Life changed last week for second-year Redskins guard Spencer Long, but he’s trying not to think of it in that way.

The Redskins are back on the field, and Wednesday's practice session is open to reporters. Here are some of the things we'll be looking at.

The Redskins’ offseason continues to roll along. We’re still roughly two months away from training camp, but there’s plenty of action going on with today’s start of the offseason practices.

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

In today’s mailbag, we discuss how the rookies looked on the field, take a long, hard look at Robert Griffin III and the offense, and answer a few other questions.

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.

The guard who helped the Seahawks nearly repeat as Super Bowl champions might not be a prize in free agency. Here's a closer look.

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