Looking at the options for the Redskins as they attempt to make up for the loss of Junior Galette.

At 6-feet-5, 271 pounds, Smith has a different kind of body than the 6-2, 258-pound Junior Galette. However, even though he can’t move exactly like Galette, he found some applicable tricks and techniques that can help his game.

The unit will feature six new starters but players already feel like they've developed strong chemistry.



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