The tight end is said to be suffering from a sprained toe, and the move to limit him is precautionary.

LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 2: Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (86) celebrates his touchdown catch early in the first quarter against the Cleveland Browns on October 2, 2016 in Landover, MD. (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
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Adding play-calling duties could be taxing for a coach already navigating the political intricacies of Redskins Park.

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The tight end is said to be suffering from a sprained toe, and the move to limit him is precautionary.

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The Redskins head coach seems to be the loosest person in the room as the team prepares to open training camp in Richmond.

Washington's players and coaches have made their way to Richmond, and on Thursday, they take the field for their first practice of the 2017 season.

Redskins cornerback hears the questions and sees the criticism, but he's focused on this season.

Plus, which unit should be paid more: Offense or defense?

Nate Davis is concerned that constant questions about Kirk Cousins's future will affect the team.

A one-man band is infusing tortilla chips with Redskins luck. Do not eat these chips.

No longer “Me-Angelo,” Washington’s longest-tenured player enters 2017 as a locker room leader hoping to carve out a role. But he knows it’s time to plan for the future, too.

Doug Williams and Greg Manusky have legitimate qualifications, but their recent hires highlight team's reliance on nostalgia for increasingly fading glory days.

The linebacker joins his cousin, tackle Trent Williams, as the latest player from Longview, Tex. to join Washington.

Here’s a stab at how the 90-man roster could be pared down to the final 53 over the next month.

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As training camp looms, Washington faces a season that will mean more than most.

Beer and hot dogs have been replaced by Hennessy and vegan diets (sort of), but at the Trent Williams-organized offseason camp, the new Hogs are chasing a legacy.

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