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Redskins report card at the bye—Crowder at the head of the class | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
JP Finlay and I did our bye week grades on the Redskins’ position groups (you can find the links to all of them at the bottom of our post on special teams). But that doesn’t cover everything that needs to be evaluated before we turn out full attention to the second half of the season.

Redskins Place TE Niles Paul on Injured Reserve

With Matt Jones back, it's time to recap the RB depth chart | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Matt Jones is getting healthy, but in his absence, Robert Kelley drew attention for his play.

Rob Kelley's start warrants another long look as Redskins starting RB - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins liked RB Rob Kelley's production against Cincinnati, and want to see if the he can deliver the consistency they have been missing.

Redskins’ midseason grade: Struggling defense holding back team - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
WR Jamison Crowder leads the Redskins in receiving and has made several big plays; the rest of the season hinges on the play of QB Kirk Cousins.

Redskins Sign OT Blaine Clausell

Josh Norman won't change game despite penalties - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Josh Norman leads the NFL in penalties with 13, but he says his coaches want him to be physical and that he won't change the way he plays.

Trent Williams' absence from Redskins won't affect leadership status, Jay Gruden says
LT Trent Williams' four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy won't alter his status as a team leader, the Redskins said Monday.

NFC East turnaround could produce multiple playoff teams - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
With Dallas holding the NFC's best record and all four NFC East teams at .500 or better, the once-downtrodden division has made a big rebound in 2016.

After Long Journey, Ty Nsekhe Ready For His Opportunity At Left Tackle
With Trent Williams suspended for the next four games, Ty Nsekhe is ready to take over at left tackle, an opportunity he's patiently waited for.

Josh Norman's alma mater celebrated him this past weekend | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Much like other Redskins, Josh Norman visited his old stomping grounds during the bye. Once there, he was on the receiving end of a nice honor.

Need to Know: Five Redskins who must play better in the second half of the season | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins | 2017 Pro Bowl Vote