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Redskins receive good news on their left tackle, who might be available to travel to London and face the Bengals.

In today’s mailbag, we take a look at the use of some players, coaching strategies, reasons for the improvements seen during this four-game win streak, and more.

The Redskins defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-20, on Sunday at FedEx Field in Week 6. Here’s how the 74 offensive snaps were divided up:

Left guard Shawn Lauvao was a full participant during Thursday's practice.

Redskins going with inexperienced, yet promising players at left guard and center.

Redskins’ revamped offensive line, Browns’ quarterbacking carousel among topics as Washington (1-2) hosts Cleveland (0-3) Sunday.

With starters injured, Redskins begin working to plug the holes as the practice week kicks off.

The Redskins have signed former Vikings center John Sullivan and placed starter Kory Lichtensteiger on injured reserve.

The Redskins received encouraging news about three starters on the same day that they learned DeAngelo Hall's season has come to an end.

The departure of 2015 seventh-round pick leaves Redskins light on developmental talent at center.

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