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Topic - Tyler Polumbus
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 right tackle will earn an extra $190,000 as part of the performance-based pay system, which rewards players whose contributions far outweigh what would be expected from someone who signed a similar contract.
We knew the Redskins were going to tweak the offensive line. But are Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen going to take a wrecking ball to it?
After a dismal 2013 season, the Redskins offensive line needs help. Is right tackle a position that requires a change?
If the Redskins decide to pursue a right tackle in free agency, several quality players are available, including Anthony Collins, who played for Jay Gruden last season.
The Redskins position outlook series continues with a look at a position that was pretty solid last year but may be in for some changes anyway.
The Redskins could go any number of directions at right tackle. Should they stand pat or upgrade in the draft or in free agency? Tarik and Tandler take a look.
In light of a couple of recent national reports on the Redskins' QB, is the team too focused on RG3?
The Redskins' starting right tackle for the last two years is getting a nice raise but that may not necessarily be good news for him.
At 2:05 p.m., under partly cloudy skies, with a few scattered chants of "R-G-3!" from the crowd, Robert Griffin III took a snap from center Will Montgomery at the 50-yard line and handed the ball to running back Alfred Morris.
Still bothered by the effects of a concussion, Washington Redskins right tackle Tyler Polumbus did not practice Wednesday. His status is uncertain for Sunday's NFC East-deciding game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Will Montgomery practiced Wednesday through a sprained right knee. But that didn't mean the Washington Redskins' starting center's knee injury was minor.
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 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.
In the minutes leading up to the Redskins' kickoff against the New England Patriots on Sunday, right tackle Jammal Brown's day ended before it even began.
Polumbus added: "Robert is one of the guys in this locker room that we all love. And, like I said, I wouldn't ask for anybody else to go to war with."
"It's like he never left," right tackle Tyler Polumbus said.