The ground game will be a focus for both teams as Washington (5-6) visits Dallas (5-6) in Week 13.
The causes promoted by Washington's players include autism, breast cancer and youth programs.
Trent Williams's limited participation in practice Tuesday is a promising sign for the Redskins, who visit the Cowboys on Thursday.
Yes, Thursday night brings another Bryant-Norman showdown, but that's not all.
Jay Gruden says Allen is ‘coming along good’ as the first-round pick does light workouts. He could be cleared to practice next week.
Paul has suffered a concussion before, but nothing compared to what he experienced in Week 8 after a collision with Sean Lee of the Dallas Cowboys.
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With the loss of two tight ends, the Redskins are limited in the formations they can use, which in turn puts pressure on an already hobbled offensive line.
Washington was unable to use its two- and three-tight-end sets because of injuries in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Redskins offensive line will lack three starters Sunday, with Trent Williams, Spencer Long and Brandon Scherff ruled out.
Injuries to the Redskins' offensive line will be a major focus as Washington tries to get its first NFC East win.