I've been repeating it like a chorus since the offseason ended: The Redskins are very close to being a regularly competitive team. They have pretty decent talent and depth at most positions. The one glaring hole is depth in the O-line. With a starting squad that's 80 percent injury-prone or old, the lack of depth is a big problem. The first stumble occurred last weekend when right guard Randy Thomas injured himself for the rest of the season. The two choices to replace him were second-year prospect Chad Rinehart and hometown favorite Will Montgomery. Rinehart, a third-round draft pick last season, ranks behind only Stephon Heyer as the most promising O-line prospect on the roster. Montgomery is somewhat of a fan favorite because he played high school in Fairfax, Va., not far from the stadi ...
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