"He got better every day," Foerster said of Lauvao's work at mandatory minicamp and OTAs. "It was all new to him. He needs to get out there and play. He’s more of a practice guy; he needs to be out there doing it.
"Trent [Williams] can make a lot of guys look good when they play next to him. He’s doing a good job with Shawn teaching him how to do things and [Lauvao] made huge strides from voluntary minicamp."
"I'm excited about it," Lichtensteiger told ESPN. "It's one of those things I always excelled at, more so than guard. When I made that switch in college [at Bowling Green], it was my better years at football. For whatever reason my build, my ability is more suited to center. I look forward to snapping the ball, making some calls and hopefully taking my game to a higher level."
Lauvao has started each game he's played in the last three seasons, missing five games last season with an injury. He's expected to start right away for Washington.
Their statuses for the game against Pittsburgh will be clearer when the team releases its injury report later in the afternoon.
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The offensive line has provided better protection in recent weeks after a terrible start to the season, though the run blocking remains a concern.
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