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Redskins Coach Jay Gruden praises ‘tough as hell’ Lichtensteiger as veteran lineman ends nine-year NFL career.

In today’s mailbag, we check in on where things stand with the coordinators searches, potential free agents and more.

Today, we start our position-by-position review of the 2016 season, and also preview the 2017 offseason. First up, offensive line.

Washington's starting running back could be available to play in Week 17 against the Giants.

Already sidelined by elbow injury, LB Su’a Cravens misses practice with illness; Will Compton (knee) also expected to miss Monday Night Football

Redskins offensive linemen Spencer Long and Shawn Lauvao are progressing, with an eye toward Monday’s game against Carolina

Tight end Jordan Reed also practiced as the Redskins prepared for Monday's game against Carolina.

Center Kory Lichtensteiger returned to participate in his first practice on Wednesday since being placed on injured reserve on Sept. 27.

The Redskins had 13 players either miss practice or were limited on Wednesday.

Gruden says he's the 'best in the business' at left tackle.

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