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  1. Joe Theismann offers his two cents on Kirk Cousins
    Former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann thought his former team would lock up current starting QB Kirk Cousins to a long-term deal before today's franchise tag deadline. He was wrong.
  2. Washington Redskins now auditioning for Kirk Cousins?
    Over the past two years, Kirk Cousins had to prove himself to the Redskins. But now that Cousins is one step closer to free agency, Tom Pelissero writes, it could be Washington's turn to prove its worth.
  3. Kirk Cousins, Redskins fail to reach agreement on deal
    As expected, Monday hit 4 p.m. ET without Kirk Cousins striking a new deal. Redskins president Bruce Allen used a statement to shed light on the lack of a long-term deal shortly after the deadline.
  4. Tag roundup: No long-term deal for Le'Veon Bell
    The NFL's deadline for franchise-tagged players to ink a long-term contracts has passed. Kirk Cousins, Le'Veon Bell and Trumaine Johnson will play under the tag in 2017.
  5. Kirk Cousins expected to play under franchise tag
    Kirk Cousins is again going to be playing under the tag for the Redskins. Washington's offer of an average of more than $20 million wasn't enough, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.
  6. Kirk Cousins, Redskins OK with QB playing '17 on tag
    NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that barring unforeseen circumstances, there's a strong indication Redskins QB Kirk Cousins will play out his franchise tag.
  7. Bryce Harper praises Dak, Cowboys in All-Star Game
    Washington Nationals star outfielder Bryce Harper made his Cowboys fandom official on Tuesday night when he praised Dak Prescott from right field of the MLB All-Star Game.
  8. Garcon: Why isn't Cousins long-term answer for 'Skins?
    The Kirk Cousins contract dilemma has puzzled many -- and that bewilderment extends to at least one former teammate. Pierre Garcon doesn't know why the QB is still waiting for a long-term deal.
  9. Charley Casserly's Redskins named best team of last 30 years
    How great were the Super Bowl XXVI-winning Washington Redskins. Charley Casserly, who served as the team's general manager, looks back at what made that squad so special.
  10. Jay Gruden eager to give Jamison Crowder bigger role
    With the departures of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon this offseason, there will be a bevy of targets available in Washington. One player who figures to benefit is Jamison Crowder.
  11. Julio Jones, Antonio Brown head WRs with most value to teams
    Is anyone more important to the Steelers than Antonio Brown? Will Terrelle Pryor truly take off in Washington? Nate Burleson lists the five receivers who are most valuable to their teams.