• not your same old redskins anymore

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Dec 18, 2012
    But with a choice between a pair of rookies, one injured, the Redskins need all the help they can get up front. Because the Washington Redskins used to be one of the most successful teams in the NFL, some ‘Skins fans struggle to see the franchise for what has become over the last two decades decidedly mediocre. “It’s nice to not have to adjust, not so much what you’re doing, but the timing of everything just because you’ve got new guys in there that aren’t used to running the offense the way we’re doing it right now,” left guard Kory Lichtensteiger said while knocking on wood, via Rich Campbell of the Washington Times.
  • Injuries, suspension make line a concern for Redskins

    As much as Robert Griffin III has changed the quarterback position for the Redskins, they’re also benefitting from the fact they’ve started the same offensive line in all 14 games. Injuries and a suspension have thrown that group into flux, however, a

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