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Topic - Will Montgomery
The Denver Broncos and free agent center Will Montgomery have agreed to terms on a 1-year deal.
Jay Gruden confirmed that Kory Lichtensteiger will be moving to center but changes on the offensive line may just be starting.
There's no question who will line up behind center for the Redskins this fall, but many questions remain as to who will be the center.
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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.
The Washington Redskins have released center Will Montgomery after he failed a physical and signed free agent kicker Jake Rogers.
The Redskins are going to release their starting center for the last three years.
The Redskins are going to release their starting center for the last three years, according to reports.
Should the Redskins make major changes to their interior offensive line? Tandler and Tarik tackle the question.
The Redskins interior line took a step back in 2013. Can they bounce back or will some of them be shown the door.
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In a career that has taken him from Centreville High to Virginia Tech to a trio of NFL teams, Redskins center Will Montgomery has had a lot of teammates and coaches. All of them, he said, provided him with a chance to learn something.
As Cousins quarterbacks the Redskins' starting offense through three of four preseason games beginning Thursday night on the road against the Tennessee Titans, he believes he is better equipped to seize an opportunity that's important for him and the franchise.
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.
"I guess everybody wants those guys who are 6-5, 320 and run like a deer," Montgomery said. "I think I've always just been pretty good at football, and I continue to improve my craft each year."
"They're always looking to find the next-best thing, and Coach Bugel one time said you needed to do your job so good, so great that they didn't have a choice but to keep you," Montgomery said.