Return of LT Trent Williams highlights storylines as Washington Redskins, in danger of missing the playoffs, visit struggling Philadelphia Eagles Sunday

If Washington has to choose between its two highly-paid, productive wide receivers, let's look at what each brings to the table.

With the rookie officially done for the year, Redskins brass will enter the offseason with no greater clarity about the future at wide receiver than they did when this season started.

To make a playoff push, Redskins defense knows it must tighten up in three areas

Washington is aware of what its most-maligned unit needs to do over the final four games.

Redskins lineman A.J. Francis chose No. 69 ‘for exactly the reason you would think’

"I expect the 69 jerseys to flood the D.C. area; that's what I expect,” Francis said.

DeSean Jackson or Pierre Garcon? Charley Casserly says it all comes down to speed.

Jackson gives Kirk Cousins and the Redskins the “home run threat.”

Tight end is still in pain but acknowledges the importance of Sunday's game.

The tight end appeared to favor his shoulder when bracing for contact in one-on-one drills.

The Redskins nominated the wide receiver for the NFL honor, for his charitable work both in the community and in Haiti.

Here's how the two teams' strengths and weaknesses affect one another.

Center Kory Lichtensteiger returned to participate in his first practice on Wednesday since being placed on injured reserve on Sept. 27.

‘His consistency is not to be taken lightly,’ Redskins quarterback says, heaping praise on wide receiver with four games remaining in contract year.

The Redskins had 13 players either miss practice or were limited on Wednesday.

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