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With defensive line bolstered via free agency, Washington lets Jenkins bolt to Bears. Another recently-cut defensive end, Stephen Bowen, latches on with the Jets.

The Redskins continued to clear money off of the books, cutting defensive end.

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 2014 season went nothing like the defensive end hoped, and although he's been told he's in the plans for 2015, his contract might be an issue.

When he heard after the game that former captain London Fletcher had harshly criticised him, defensive coordinator Jim Haslett was shocked.

Left tackle set to play, while cornerback E.J. Biggers, wide receivers Aldrick Robinson and Leonard Hamilton among Redskins inactives for Sunday’s game against Colts.

With WR Leonard Hankerson and TE Logan Paulsen healthy enough to play, veteran Santana Moss returns to inactive list.

Barry Cofield this week is making his comeback from the short-term injured reserve list, but Chris Baker will remain the starting nose tackle for now, and Cofield will take on a different role.

Robert Griffin III appreciated his teammates expressing confidence in him and talking about unity and accountability.

Badly in need of help in the pass-rushing department, the Washington Redskins activate defensive end Stephen Bowen Saturday and put linebacker Akeem Jordan on injured reserve.

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