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Wide receiver makes limited return to Redskins practice, while tight end Jordan Reed and cornerback Chris Culliver are sidelined.

Sean McVay is seen radioing the plays into the quarterbacks, but is the offensive coordinator making the decisions by himself or with help from Jay Gruden and Bill Callahan? Mike Jones explains.

Here's a closer look at plays both young Redskins defenders are and are not making.



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