The Washington Post

Both immediate and long-term uncertainty still looms over the team’s top offensive lineman, left tackle Trent Williams.

As the team’s offseason work draws to a close, the coach declared a sense of encouragement.

The players placed 47th and 50th, respectively.

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.

Here's who stood out and stayed late during the Redskins' fifth practice session of the offseason.

Tackle Trent Williams revealed that the left ankle he injured in the season finale has yet to completely heal. As a result, he has yet to take part in any of the offseason practice sessions.

As Washington begins its second round of offseason practices, readers want to know how much the star wide receiver's absence mattered, how the quarterback looked and what we can glean from non-contact workouts anyway.

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.

Atlanta signs ex-Redskin Tyler Polumbus, not the first time a Washington discard found another job in the NFL.

Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams has parted ways with agent Ben Dogra, who had represented him since 2010.

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