The Redskins haven’t had much good news lately, but they may be closer to getting a key piece back.
Right tackle Jammal Brown, who has spent the year on the physically unable to perform list, has been cleared to resume practicing, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
Brown was bothered by hip injuries in the past, and had arthroscopic surgery in August.
They now have three weeks to decide to activate him.
Tyler Polumbus has started in his place, but Brown, when well, is a clear upgrade.