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Morgan Moses

With a young right side of the offensive line going against two of the best defensive linemen in the NFL, Washington might have to pick its poison.

The team revamped the right side of its offensive line in training camp. The second-year tackle and the first-round tackle-turned-guard played pretty well.

Second-year tackle says "I know the curveballs now, and when you know the curveballs, you can hit home runs.”

Answering reader questions about surrounding the quarterback with top players, what he could fetch in a trade, and moving young players to different positions.

Washington has not addressed right tackle, right guard, outside linebacker or free safety in free agency. But coach Jay Gruden said each of those voids could be filled by a current Redskin.

Tackle Morgan Moses is headed to the injured reserve list with a lisfranc injury that will require surgery to repair.

The rookie tackle who stepped in for Trent Williams, and the third-year player on the other side, were in the spotlight against the Bucs' talented line.

The Redskins on Thursday play their final preseason game, and for many, it’s crunch time. Team officials will use Thursday’s performances to help make roster decisions.

Rookie tackle Morgan Moses left Saturday night's preseason game with what is believed to be a sprained ligament in his right knee. Brian Orakpo left with a sprained ankle.

At 6 feet, 6 inches tall and 314 pounds, Morgan Moses has the size and strength needed to play offensive tackle in the NFL. But the biggest lesson Washington’s third-round pick out of UVA had to learn this past offseason and training camp involved the need to play with strong technique and fundamentals and not just rely on his size and strength.

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