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66 Derrick Dockery (G) 6-6 326 28 Texas

71 Mike Williams (T) 6-7 337 29 Texas

74 Stephon Heyer (T) 6-6 330 25 Maryland

75 Chad Rinehart (G) 6-5 310 24 Northern Iowa

77 Randy Thomas (G) 6-5 308 33 Mississippi St.

78 D’Anthony Batiste (T/G) 6-4 314 27 La.-Lafayette

Analysis: Two surprises among this group - Williams, the undrafted free agent from Maryland and Batiste. Jeremy Bridges was bad in the preseason, and it cost him a job. The starting unit enters the regular season healthy, but with three of the starters over 30, health will continue to be a concern. Zorn professed confidence if he has to plug a reserve in for one or two weeks, but the Redskins are in trouble if he has to fill more than one spot at the same time. There is some versatility among the backups; Montgomery, Batiste and Williams play two positions.

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76 Jeremy Jarmon 6-3 277 21 Kentucky

79 L. Alexander (DT/DE) 6-1 297 26 California

93 Phillip Daniels 6-6 305 36 Georgia

97 Renaldo Wynn 6-3 280 35 Notre Dame

99 Andre Carter 6-4 253 30 California

Analysis: The Redskins added Jarmon in the supplemental draft and brought back Wynn after a two-year absence. This group should benefit from the presence of Albert Haynesworth in the middle and the expected impact of linebacker Brian Orakpo. Carter and Daniels are the starters, and Jarmon could work his way into the rotation if he continues to impress in practice. Alexander is essentially filling the role vacated by Demetric Evans.

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