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Left tackle and running back both are day-to-day with injuries that knocked them out of Sunday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers.

The left tackle limped as he left Bank of America Stadium, but said he doesn't anticipate the knee-cap contusion forcing him to miss significant time.

“If I told you it was easy, I’d be lying,” Morris said of waiting for his workload to again increase.

After bye-week examination, Gruden stressing better execution, commitment to run, but doesn't plan to shuffle depth chart at running back.

The running back isn't having his best year. There are several factors, but one is simply tentative running.

Alfred Morris has taken a back seat over the past few weeks with his usage behind Matt Jones and Chris Thompson.

Something’s amiss in Washington’s rushing department, and that has garnered a lot of attention in this week’s mailbag.

Coach Jay Gruden reiterated that the fourth-year running back is an important part of the offense.

The Redskins lost to the Falcons in overtime, 25-19, on Sunday at the Georgia Dome. Here’s how the snaps were divided up.

Here's how the snaps were divided in the Redskins' 23-20 victory over the Eagles on Sunday at FedEx Field.

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