Despite the fact that all indications are commissioner Roger Goodell is displeased with him after his embarrassing display when he lost it with an official Sunday, DeAngelo Hall won't be suspended, according to Mark Maske of the Washington Post.
Hall claimed earlier in the week that the official in question deserved some of the blame, but there's no excuse for making the scene Hall made. He's lucky he wasn't suspended.
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division...
The injuries being suffered repeatedly by DeMarco Murray and Sean Lee has Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News concerned about their durability.
From Jimmy Burch of the Fort-Worth Star Telegram: Dez Bryant says he's off punt returns.
From Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News: Kenny Phillips says he's ready to return this week, not that they need him all that badly considering how well Stevie Brown's playing right now.
From USA Today's Mike Garafolo: Antrel Rolle thinks rules protecting receivers are putting defensive players in danger.
And from CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher: Jason Babin says the fans at Lincoln Financial Field have been screaming "some of the most vile things" he's ever heard of late.
From Mark Maske of the Washington Post: Mike Shanahan says it's time for the team's veterans to "step up or shut up."
Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times takes a look at the throwback uniforms the Redskins will be wearing Sunday against Carolina.