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Faces Of The Redskins: Week 5
An up-close-and-personal look at the Washington Redskins players and coaches from the team's 2016 Week 5 regular season victory over the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

Gruden: Redskins not signing Knighton, or anyone else, right now | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins had Pot Roast Knighton in for a visit but he's not going to be staying around.

Josh Norman Fights Through Injury, Helps Prevent Final Score
After exiting the game with a wrist injury in the first quarter, cornerback Josh Norman returned to action and played a helping role during the Ravens' final drive.

NFL 2016 Week 6 Power Rankings - Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers
22. Washington Redskins 2016 record: 3-2 Week 5 ranking: 19 Jay Gruden has rallied the Redskins to three straight wins following an 0-2 start. Can Washington push it to four straight in a home game against Philadelphia? Gruden's teams have won three straight against the Eagles.

Redskins’ road winning streak their longest since 1991 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins are in the midst of their longest road winning streak in 25 years.

Washington Redskins' Bashaud Breeland close to return - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Jay Gruden is "confident" that Bashaud Breeland, who has missed the last two games with an ankle injury, has a chance to play Sunday.

Kirk Cousins avoids Garo Yepremain disaster on failed third down - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
A broken play in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win reminded Redskins coach Jay Gruden of a play from Super Bowl VII.

After tough game in Baltimore, Matt Jones could lose carries to Robert Kelley | CSN Mid-Atlantic
After two strong games against New York and Cleveland, Redskins RB Matt Jones struggled in Baltimore. That could slightly open the door for backup Robert Kelley.

Ryan Kerrigan Records 50th Career Sack In Victory Over Ravens
In the 16-10 win over the Ravens, Ryan Kerrigan logged the 50th sack of his career, becoming only the third Redskins player to have done so since the statistic officially started being record in 1982.

Pierre Garcon travels to Haiti to deliver medical supplies
Redskins owner Dan Snyder asked Pierre Garcon if he'd want to be part of a group that delivered medical supplies to Haiti, and the wide receiver quickly replied, "Of course."