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

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

Redskins offensive linemen Spencer Long and Shawn Lauvao are progressing, with an eye toward 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.

Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed took part in some individual drills after missing the last week with a separated shoulder.

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 Redskins avoided disaster by defeating the Giants, and drastically changed the complexion of the week going forward, if not their season. Here's what stood out.

Slowed by ankle and knee injuries earlier in the week, wide receiver DeSean Jackson is "good to go," according to coach Jay Gruden.

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