It's been a long time since the Redskins rolled out their starting offensive line that played so well early in the season, but that group was back taking snaps at Thursday's practice. 

The group of Trent Williams, Shawn Lauvao, Spencer Long, Brandon Scherff and Morgan Moses could be seen back in their normal positions for the first time since the Redskins played the Benagls in London in October. Since that time, a lot has happened.

Williams served a four-game suspension, missing wins over Green Bay and Minnesota and losses against Dallas and Arizona. The All-Pro left tackle returned for the 'Skins win last week on the road in Philadelphia, but lined up next to Arie Kouandjio at left guard and John Sullivan at center.

Kouandjio played because Lauvao injured his groin against Arizona. Sullivan played because Long sustained a concussion in Arizona. 

Both backups performed well against the Eagles last week, though based on early practice work Thursday, it looks like Lauvao and Long will slide back into their starting spots.

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