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The Redskins have re-signed defensive end Frank Kearse for a third time this season, and waived inside linebacker Terrance Plummer.

The Redskins had yet to learn the severity of the tight end’s injury Monday afternoon.

The 4-0 Falcons are up next, but first, here are Mike Jones's five takeaways from Sunday's win against Philadelphia.



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"It's hard to beat a team and the refs, man," Baker said.

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