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Topic - Kory Lichtensteiger
After being stable for the last two seasons, the Redskins' offensive line is about to get shaken up. Who will line up in the fall? Tandler and Tarik take a look.
The release of Montgomery, who started at center the last three seasons, helps the Redskins save an additional $1.92 million against the salary cap while also freeing up a starting role for recently signed right guard Shawn Lauvao.
Left guard Kory Lichtensteiger is hopeful of being able to play in the Washington Redskins' NFC wild-card game against the Seattle Seahawks despite missing practice with a left ankle injury.
Before Kory Lichtensteiger answered the question Monday afternoon, he wanted to find some wood on which to knock. Two victories from a division title is no time for a jinx.
Trent Williams wasn't totally healthy, bothered by a thigh injury. Neither was London Fletcher, hampered by a bad ankle. But there was little if any doubt that the Washington Redskins' captains would be on the field for Monday night's showdown with the New York Giants.
When Trent Williams ran into Kory Lichtensteiger on the third play of the Washington Redskins' Thanksgiving Day victory over the Dallas Cowboys, the pain was overwhelming. The left tackle suffered deep left thigh bruise but refused to come out of the game.
You usually can find the Washington Redskins' offensive linemen sitting together on the benches outside the back door of Redskins Park before practice each afternoon. An offensive line is the sum of its parts, you know. Cohesion is essential to their success, so these guys stick together. They often walk down to the practice field as a unit, and this season they can carry themselves with a newfound pride.
A week after Robert Griffin III sustained a concussion so "mild" he forgot the quarter and score, the Washington Redskins' rookie quarterback resumed his scrambling, swashbuckling ways Sunday.
When Robert Griffin III spends an extra couple of seconds on the ground after taking a hit, fans and his Washington Redskins teammates get concerned.
Chris Cooley will play some fullback in the Washington Redskins' preseason opener on Thursday night at Buffalo, he said Monday. First-stringer Darrel Young has been sidelined by a strained left hamstring, giving Cooley, the franchise's all-time leading receiver among tight ends, the opportunity to showcase his versatility in his attempt to make the roster.
Things got pretty rough for the Washington Redskins' offensive line last season. If one more guy had gotten hurt or suspended, the team might have held a seance and tried to contact the spirit of Turk Edwards.
Already dealing with an uncertain situation at right tackle with Jammal Brown, the Washington Redskins became thinner along the offensive line, at least in the short term, after left guard Kory Lichtensteiger had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Monday.
Even with London Fletcher and Perry Riley expected to start at middle linebacker for the Washington Redskins, the signing of veteran Jonathan Goff was supposed to add some depth and experience.
Trent Williams and Maurice Hurt were the last two Washington Redskins off the indoor practice field Saturday afternoon. While most of their teammates headed to lunch, and a few stragglers spoke to reporters, Williams tutored Hurt about squaring his shoulders to pass-rushing defenders and absorbing contact in the chest.
When Evan Royster looks at film of his second professional start, the Washington Redskins running back doesn't see the 28 yards he gained on a toss to the left against the Philadelphia Eagles last January.
Offensive guard Kory Lichtensteiger said he sprained the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in his left knee with 1:31 left in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Adam Gettis.
"It was nice to see him back," guard Kory Lichtensteiger said.