Before Lichtensteiger was hurt in Week 6 last season, he and Williams were a force in the screen game because of their speed and timing. They also picked up stunts better than they did in Williams‘ rookie season.
“We both got into this offense at the same time, so we don’t have to talk to each other much,” Williams said. “I know in certain situations where he’s going to be, and he knows where I’m going to be.
“The camaraderie we have,” he added, “makes it a lot easier to be successful.”
The Redskins need that to be the case all the way across the line.
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