Washington Redskins: Most and Least Improved Players

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Washington Redskins: Most and Least Improved Players
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The development of Chris Chester in the Redskins' system has been encouraging.

Not everyone gets better the more time they spend on the field. After a while, what was once promise starts to look like a ceiling. The Washington Redskins are in the same situation as a lot of teams. They are nearing the halfway point of the season with a record that shows both potential and regression.

This list highlights five players who have either flourished or started to fall behind. They are all in at least their second season, as rookies are still all potential, no matter how impressive, and have no previous NFL record with which to compare.

So, as good as Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris have been, they don’t make the cut here.

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