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Final Redskins seven-round mock draft
Need to Know: If you like the big guys you'll love the top of Tandler's final Redskins mock draft. 
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Redskins will listen to draft trade offers but a trade up is unlikely
The Redskins will pick up the phone if it rings during the draft on Thursday night but Doug Williams said that a deal to move up is unlikely. 
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The Redskins' draft strategy is shifting
The Redskins' draft strategy used to focus on the passing game but that has shifted over the last few years and that new trend should continue this year. 
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Alex Smith will need to be a fast learner for the Redskins to be successful
Need to Know: It took Alex Smith about half a season to get comfortable in Andy Reid's offense when he was traded to Kansas City. He'll need to pick up Jay Gruden's system more quickly. 
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Vegas lacks faith in 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: If the Redskins want to play the disrespect and underdog cards this year they will have plenty of chances to do so. 
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Setting the final odds on the Redskins first-round draft pick
Need to Know: With the draft just three days away it's time to close the window and take the final bets on who will be the Redskins' first-round pick. 
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Five safe draft picks for the Redskins
Need to Know: Sometimes in the draft, you shouldn't overthink things and just take the safe pick. Here a five such possible picks for the Redskins. 
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The Redskins week that was—All-Redskins mock, fast-fading interest in Dez
Need to Know: In the Redskins week that was we look at an all-Redskins mock draft, trade potential in the real draft and the intense but brief fan interest in Dez Bryant. 
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Redskins' schedule "rest disparity" is very fair in 2018
The Giants complained about a scheduling problem. The NFL immediately went to fix it and, in a surprise, the solution wasn't at the expense of the Redskins.
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Clarifying the confusion about the Redskins' Week 16 game at the Titans
The Redskins have a "TBD" by the date and time of one of their games. What's the deal?
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Need to Know: Five pivotal games on the Redskins' schedule
Need to Know: All NFL games are important but some seem to be a little more important than others. At first glance at the Redskins’ schedule, these seem to be the five most pivotal games. 
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Redskins 2018 regular-season schedule is here
The release of the Redskins schedule revealed a tough road stretch late in the year which includes a Thanksgiving Day game for the third straight year. 
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Sony Michel has what the Redskins need at running back
Draft countdown: The Redskins have made no secret of the fact that they are looking for an upgrade at running back. Sony Michel could be the right player at the right place in the draft. 
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The NFL fills in the blanks on the Redskins' schedule Thursday night
Since the 2017 regular ended we’ve known who the Redskins will play this coming season and we have known where the games will be played. Tonight we find out the when. 
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Five players who are wild cards for the 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: These Redskins could hold the key to the 2018 season and it's hard to predict what the team will get out of them. 
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Is the Redskins' starter at left guard on the roster now?
As of right now, a player the Redskins cut last September is at the top of their depth chart at left guard. Could it stay that way?
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The Redskins with the most to gain during OTAs
Need to Know: Although not much gets decided in the spring, these Redskins could set themselves up to compete for key roles if they get it done during the offseason program
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Versatile DB Minkah Fitzpatrick could be too talented to leave on the board
Draft countdown: Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick could be too good for the Redskins to bypass at No. 13.
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On average, the mock drafts like Vita Vea going to the Redskins
Need to Know: One website crunched the numbers and found that a Redskins fan favorite is favored to become the team's first-round draft pick. 
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Redskins pick up 2019 option on Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff
In a move that surprised absolutely no one, the Redskins have utilized their option to lock up Brandon Scherff for another year. 
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Nsekhe signs tender as workouts begin
One key Redskin signed his tender just as offseason workouts begin. 
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Redskins 2018 season preparation gets underway today
Need to Know: It won't look much like football at this point, but the Redskins' formal preparation for the coming season gets underway with voluntary workouts. 
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The Redskins have a draft need at every position
Need to Know: Between needs for starters, depth, and injury protection, the Redskins could draft a player at any position. 
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The Redskins week that was—A new NFL mock draft, maximizing James' aibilities
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was jas a new mock draft, maximizing talent, and a warning that it's lying season in the NFL. 
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The Dallas Cowboys release WR Dez Bryant after meeting with Jerry Jones
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Todd Archer, the Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Dez Bryant. 
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Is the draft talent pool deep enough for the Redskins to trade back?
It's no secret that the Redskins are going to listen to offers to trade down. However, they need to be careful about moving back to far in a shallow draft pool. 
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Seven-round Redskins mock draft
Need to Know: Tandler takes his crack at predicting all eight of the Redskins' draft picks over seven rounds. 
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Five possible Redskins second-round picks
Need to Know: The Redskins' first-round pick has been heavily scrutinized and analyzed so it's time to move on and look at where they might go in the second round. 
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If the Redskins draft James they must commit to maximizing his ability
Draft countdown: The Redskins could bypass greater needs elsewhere and take Derwin James but they would have to give him every opportunity to be an impact player. 
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Lamar Jackson in the 2016 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
Should Redskins fans believe what Doug Williams said about drafting a QB?
Need to Know: You know it's lying season when Doug Williams tries to convince everyone the Redskins would take a quarterback with their top draft pick. Or any other pick, for that matter.
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The best Redskins players drafted in the middle rounds
Need to Know: The Redskins can turn a good draft into a great one with some success in the fourth and fifth rounds. Here are the best players the Redskin have taken there recently. 
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Plenty of roster churn coming as Redskins look for the right mix
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins' current roster, which has 15 open spots and plenty of nose tackles. 
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O-lineman visits the Redskins and what it will take to get back the third rounder
Need to Know: Looking at some draft topics including a visit by a Day 3 lineman, what the Redskins are saying their first-round plan is, and how a hot QB could help the Redskins. 
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The Redskins week that was—50-50 success for Doctson, Taylor's potential impact
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was goes into Josh Doctson's chances for success, a close look at running back need, and the potential impact of Phil Taylor. 
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Who is the favorite to be the Redskins' top draft pick?
Need to Know: The chances that the Redskins' first-round pick will be a defensive player look very strong. Tandler breaks out the casino chips and sets the odds on which one it will be. 
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RB Nick Chubb can grind for yards inside or outside
Draft countdown: Nick Chubb can gain yards up the middle and on the edge. But there are questions about his abilities in the passing game and a knee injury from three years ago. 
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2019 salary cap may drive some draft day decisions
Need to Know: The Redskins may have to let go of some veteran players next year. They might start preparing for that in this year's draft. 
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Can Taylor make an impact with the Redskins after missing three seasons?
Phil Taylor is trying to make it back into the NFL after not playing a regular season game in three full seasons. What does history say about his chances?
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What will the Redskins’ choices be at pick No. 13?
Need to Know: There are many combinations of players who could be available to the Redskins at pick No. 13. Tandler explores some scenarios. 
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Redskins re-sign NT Phil Taylor
His last NFL game was in November 2014, but the Redskins have decided to bring back NT Phil Taylor once again. 
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RB Ronald Jones has great instincts but he a fit in Washington?
Draft countdown: Ronald Jones was very productive in college but is he fast enough to shine at the NFL level? 
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How much cap room will the Redskins' 2018 draft picks take up?
Need to Know: How much cap space will the Redskins need to sign their eight draft picks? The answer may surprise you. 
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What will the Redskins do with their remaining money?
The Redskins still have some salary cap money left; will they spend it or roll it over? Plus a glance at the draft in 2019 in a Monday five pack.
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Redskins' Doctson needs 50-50 chances to be successful
Need to Know: The Redskins believe that they have a quarterback who can better take advantage of Josh Doctson's skills. But time will tell if that is true. 
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The Redskins week that was—Stars out for OTAs, opportunity knocking
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes starters ruled out of OTAs already, a new edge rusher, and opportunity knocking.
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Will Roquan Smith be the best available player for the Redskins at No. 13?
Draft countdown: Roquan Smith might not fill an immediate need for the Redskins but will they take him if he's the best available player?
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An opportunity for Fish Smithson to to earn a role with the Redskins
Need to Know: The Redskins now officially have a hole at safety. Will Fish Smithson fill it?
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The pressure is on Redskins' Moreau, Dunbar
Need to Know: The Redskins got a veteran to help but they will be putting their hopes on two young, inexperienced players at cornerback. 
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Redskins get pennies on the dollar for 2016 second-round pick
There apparently was little competition for Su'a Cravens' services so the Redskins have to move their former second-round pick for a fire sale price. 
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Would Vea solve a longtime need for the Redskins?
Draft Countdown: The Redskins have played the 3-4 defense for nine seasons without a true nose tackle. Perhaps they will be able to solve that problem in this draft.
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The Redskins never considered drafting a rookie starting QB for 2018
Need to Know: When the Redskins started planning for Kirk Cousins' departure they never seriously considered going with a rookie QB this year. 
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Three Redskins offensive starters will miss OTAs
With all of the injuries to key players, the Redskins suffered last season, some of it was bound to leak over into 2018. 
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Looking at the Redskins' 2018 roster turnover
Need to Know: Change is a constant in the NFL. How different will the 2018 Redskins be from last year's version?
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Redskins announce signing of edge rusher McPhee
Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee visited the Redskins a week ago and on Monday he decided that he wanted to stick around. 
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Unique style prospect RB Derrius Guice could bring to D.C.
Redskins draft countdown: Running back Derrius Guice would bring a new style of running to Washington along with a whole toolbox full of moves.
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Is Roquan Smith still in play for the Redskins at pick 13?
Need to Know: Today's three and out looks at the Redskins' left guard situation, trading up in the draft, and if inside linebacker Roquan Smith still makes sense at pick 13.' 
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Opportunity is knocking for some young Redskins players
Need to Know: The Redskins moves and non-moves in free agency have left the door open for several younger players to get increased roles in 2018.
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The Redskins week that was—D-line scoop, Alex Smith's big deal
Need to Know: A look at the week that was includes still looking for help on the defensive line and the revelation of Alex Smith's big contract. 
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WR Washington's numbers don't impress but he could be a solution
Redskins Draft Countdown: Oklahoma State WR James Washington didn't wow anyone with his combine numbers but he plays bigger and faster than the stats say he should. 
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Redskins withdraw contract offer to Galette
It looks like the Redskins and Junior Galette will head their separate ways. 
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Redskins likely to return at least 16 of their 22 starters from last year
Need to Know: The Redskins were a little below mediocre last year but that record won't lead to massive changes in their starting lineup. 
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Looking at the details of Zach Brown's contract with the Redskins
The Redskins were able to re-sign inside linebacker Zach Brown to a three-year deal. Here's a look at the details.
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Redskins player quick hitters—Defensive starters
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins' defensive starters with a lot of familiar faces. It looks like there will be only two new starters compared to last year. 
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Draft Countdown: Could Da'Ron Payne be the final piece to the D-line puzzle?
Redskins Draft Countdown: The Redskins went 20 years without drafting a defensive lineman in the first round. Is Da'Ron Payne good enough to make them go back-to-back on the D-line?
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Richardson's contract is team friendly early
Paul Richardson's Redskins contract starts out with team-friendly cap impact but he must perform well in the latter years to stay. 
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Redskins player quick hitters—Offensive starters
Need to Know: A look at each of the Redskins projected offensive starters, quick hitter style. 
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Redskins make a D-line contract change, gain roster flexibility
The Redskins have altered on player's contract, ensure a level playing field in the competition for a defensive line roster spot. 
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Looking at the Redskins' defensive depth chart after early phase of free agency
Need to Know: The Redskins' defense is starting to be retooled; a look at the depth chart after a week of free agency. 
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Redskins add another ex-Cowboy as they sign Scandrick
The Redskins have signed another former Cowboy, this one a defensive back. 
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Redskins guarantee Alex Smith a whopping $71 million in new contract
One thing is apparent after looking at Alex Smith's new contract--the Redskins are not afraid of guaranteeing a lot of money to a quarterback. 
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Visitors will help determine Redskins' FA strategy
The Redskins are hosting three players today and how those visits go will determine their free agency strategy going forward. 
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Looking at the Redskins' offensive depth chart after early phase of free agency
Need to Know: There still are free agents to sign and draft picks to make but we already have a pretty good idea of what the Redskins' 2018 depth chart will look like. 
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The 2018 salaries of 5 Redskins became fully guaranteed on Sunday
Today could be like Christmas for five Redskins as their salaries become fully guaranteed. However, one player may have to sweat it out until 4 p.m.
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Looking ahead—Key Redskins 2019 free agents
Need to Know: There are still some free agent transactions to come this year but let's take a look at some of the key Redskins who will be free agents in 2019.
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Two former NFC East foes to visit Redskins soon
The Redskins will be taking visits from two former NFC East foes in the next few days.
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The Redskins week that was—Free agency frenzy
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was was all about free agency comings and goings. 
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Looking at the Redskins' inside LB depth chart now that Brown is back
The Redskins went into the year with lots of question marks at inside linebacker. Now, the depth chart is nearly set. 
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Do the Redskins let too much good homegrown talent leave?
Need to Know: As Kirk Cousins and most of the 2014 draft class walked out the door there was a lot of talk that the Redskins let too many good, homegrown players walk. A look at the name and numbers. 
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Williams says decision to get Smith was unanimous
A series of early January meetings resulted in the Redskins' decision to acquire quarterback Alex Smith
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What's left for the Redskins in free agency
Yes, most of the big names are off the board, but there still are plenty of free agents out there who can help the Redskins. Here's a look at some candidates, both internal and external. 
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Free agency shuffles the Redskins' WR depth chart
Need to Know: The Redskins have added to and subtracted from their wide receiver depth chart and plenty of questions remain.
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Redskins and NFL free agency tracker: Long headed to the Jets
Redskins and NFL free agency tracker: Follow all of the moves as NFL free agency and trades move into full gear. 
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Redskins make it official: Alex Smith headed to Washington
It's been 43 days since the big deal was reported. Now the Redskins can make it official. Alex Smith is a Washington Redskins.
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Norwell's contract will lead to a big payday for Scherff
Need to Know: The Jaguars made guard Andrew Norwell the highest-paid O-lineman in the league and that will help Brandon Scherff get paid when it comes time for him to get a new deal. 
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Ryan Grant
Grant reportedly headed to the Ravens
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Grant has agreed to sign with the Ravens.
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Breeland reportedly headed to Panthers
The Redskins have lost another mainstay as four-year starter at cornerback Bashaud Breeland is headed to the Panthers. 
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Are the Redskins pursuing a top D-lineman?
Need to Know: A look at what happened on Monday as the Redskins retained two of their own and prepared for a big man visit. 
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Redskins paying a big price to keep Nsekhe
The Redskins want to hang on to restricted free agent offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe and they will pay a hefty price to do so. 
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Redskins re-sign Hopkins
The Redskins are sticking with kicker Dustin Hopkins. 
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Free agency gets underway for Redskins, NFL
Need to Know: The Redskins will get down to business this week as the new league year gets underway. 
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Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith
Free agency season reminder: The devil is in the contract details
Over the coming weeks, you will hear a lot of reports about a lot of lucrative NFL free agent contracts. But hold on to your reaction until the details of the deal are uncovered. 
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Need to Know: Redskins salary cap notes and nuggets as free agency approaches
Need to Know: The Redskins are in decent salary cap space after accounting for Alex Smith's contract and they have the ability to create more. 
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Report: Redskins still shopping Cravens, waiting for someone to meet their price
The Cravens trade talk has died down in the media but per a report, the Redskins are just waiting for someone to meet their asking price. 
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The Redskins week that was—Mistakes and blame in the Cousins affair
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was with a lot of Cousins talk and a look at draft strategy. 
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Ranking the Redskins' biggest needs
Need to Know: The Redskins have plenty of needs and some of them are more important than others. Tandler ranks the most pressing positions. 
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How aggressive will the Redskins be this offseason?
Need to Know: A look at some news and notes including Niles Paul's likely departure, roster churn, and whether they will match the Eagles' aggressive approach. 
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Redskins still thin at safety after bringing back Everett
Even with the re-signing of Deshazor Everett, the Redskins still face a lot of questions about their depth at safety.
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The Redskins' pre-free agency to-do list
Need to Know: The Redskins have some decisions to ponder before free agency starts one week from today. 
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Redskins officially pass on tagging Cousins for third time
The Redskins’ time with Kirk Cousins at quarterback essentially ended at 4 p.m. today.
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Redskins have some cap money to spend
Need to Know: The NFL announced the 2018 salary cap and the Redskins officially have some money to spend.
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Redskins will have seven picks in the 2018 NFL Draft
The NFL has announced the order for the upcoming draft; here is where the Redskins' seven picks will fall. 
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Setting the early odds on the Redskins' first-round pick
Need to Know: The NFL Combine is in the books so let's get out the casino chips and see what position the Redskins are most likely to draft in the first round.  
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Could combine performances of Smith, Edmunds affect Redskins' free agent strategy?
Need to Know: A Monday morning five pack looking at possible Redskins strategies at running back, cornerback, and wide receiver.
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Five running backs who could be on the Redskins' draft radar
Need to Know: Doug Williams said that the Redskins may be looking to draft a running back with a pick in the first four rounds. Here are some faces that could be put with the picks. 
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The Redskins week that was—Hoping for an early QB run
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was had talk about the draft, Su'a Cravens, and uncertainty on the O-line. 
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Supply of running backs in draft should let the Redskins fill their need
Need to Know: Doug Williams said that the Redskins need a running back and that the draft is loaded with them.
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What could the Redskins get in a Cravens trade?
The Redskins and Broncos are talking about a Su’a Cravens trade. Details beyond that are sketchy.
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In Round 1, need and best available player may intersect
Need to Know: Best player available? Fill a need? The Redskins may not have to have to make a choice on draft day. 
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Where will these Redskins pass catchers play in 2018?
Need to Know: A wide receiver and a tight end look right at home in Washington but a third pass catcher is likely headed elsewhere.
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Plenty of uncertainty among Redskins' linebackers
Need to Know: The Redskins were strong at both the inside and outside linebacker spots last year but some key members of the unit don't know where they'll be in 2018.
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Examining Redskins with uncertain futures on the O-line
Need to Know: It's nearly March and many who were Redskins last year don't know where they will report for offseason training in April. Here's a look at a couple of them on the offensive line.
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Five Redskins who must step up in 2018
Need to Know: There is pressure on every NFL player but the spotlight will be brighter on these Redskins as the team gets ready for the 2018 season. 
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The five highest-paid 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: The Redskins have some well-compensated players; here are the ones at the top of the money list. 
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The most overrated Redskins events of 2017
Need to Know: Yes, we did overhype some things last year. Here's a look at events that seemed big at the time but had little impact. 
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The most underrated Redskins events of 2017
Need to Know: With everything the Redskins do getting such close scrutiny, it's hard to find important moments that went under the radar. Tandler managed to find a few. 
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The Redskins appear to be set at center
Need to Know: The Redskins appear to be set at center after sixth-round pick Chase Roullier took over in the middle during the season. 
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Galette will be a valued free agent
Need to Know: Junior Galette didn't light it up in the sack department last year but he got lots of pressure on opposing QBs and that will make him a coveted free agent. 
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Could Nsekhe be the Redskins' answer at left guard?
Need to Know: A Monday morning look at a few topics including the CBA language that may keep the Redskins from tagging Kirk Cousins and a possible in-house solution at left guard. 
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Tandler's Take—Drafting a running back early not a cure-all for Redskins' ground game
Tandler's Take: Many want to see the Redskins take a running back early in the coming draft but doing so would not necessarily be a cure for their ailing running game.
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The Redskins week that was—Costly cornerbacks, offseason blueprint
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was featuring the cost of doing business with cornerbacks, an offseason blueprint, and Alex Smith's enthusiasm.
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Cousins reportedly ready to file grievance if Skins tag him
The Redskins might try to franchise tag quarterback Kirk Cousins to try to get some compensation for him as he leaves. But Cousins’ camp might not let that happen without a fight.
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No cap casualties for the Redskins?
Need to Know: You will start to see plenty of NFL veterans around the league become victims of the salary cap but don't look for any in Washington. 
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Forget what you hear about the Redskins' schedule strength
Need to Know: You have seen a lot about the Redskins' 2018 strength of schedule recently. It's bad, out of context information and you should ignore it. 
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Looking at some under the radar Redskins needs
Need to Know: There is plenty of chatter about needs at wide receiver and what the Redskins will do at cornerback. Here's a look at some needs that are often overlooked. 
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Should the Redskins have interest in WR Sanders?
The Broncos may put an accomplished wide receiver on the trade block. Given their need at the position should the Redskins be interested?
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The perfect fit for the Redskins at No. 13?
Need to Know: Even though it's still early, mock drafts are now being constructed using more data. And the data points to this player being an excellent fit in terms of needs and value. 
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An offseason blueprint for the Redskins
Everyone has suggestions as to what the Redskins should do during the offseason; here's one proposal along with my comments. 
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Will the Redskins be aggressive in free agency?
Need to Know: Some Monday morning thoughts including how hard the Redskins will hit the free agent market and what might happen with RB Kapri Bibbs. 
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Tandler's Take—What should expectations be for the 2018 Redskins?
Need to Know: Not all teams shoot for the Super Bowl every season. How well would be 2018 Redskins have to play to meet reasonable expectations? 
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What the Redskins will do at RB and CB, more on the trade
The Redskins week that was looks at Tandler's unpopular answer to a question about running backs and more angles on the big trade. 
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Redskins offseason will hit warp speed soon
Need to Know: Yes, the Redskins have made a big move this year already. But the offseason will really get going in the coming weeks. 
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It's science--Preston Smith is a top pass rusher
Need to Know: Preston Smith did not rack up a bunch of sacks last year but here's scientific proof that he had a very good season. 
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Could the Smith deal get scuttled, McDaniels style?
Just like the deal for Josh McDaniels to become the Colts' head coach, the Alex Smith trade is just a verbal agreement? Could the trade fall apart, too?
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What will the Redskins do at running back?
Need to Know: Answering your questions from social media including what the Redskins might do at running back and why Colt McCoy didn't get a chance. 
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With Fuller gone, what does the cornerback depth chart look like?
The Redskins have lost one of their top three cornerbacks in the Alex Smith trade and another one could be headed out town as a free agent. What does that depth chart look like now?
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Setting the early odds on the 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: Vegas has set the Super Bowl odds so why not break out the chips and look at the scenarios for the Redskins. 
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Why the Redskins won't draft a QB early
The Redskins will have to find a successor to Alex Smith sooner rather than later but the timing isn't right to do it this year. 
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The Redskins are falling behind in the NFC East
Need to Know: The other NFC East teams have now won a combined six Super Bowls since the Redskins last hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. 
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Redskins reportedly considering tagging Cousins but odds of a deal still slim
There are reports that the Redskins are talking about trying to tag Kirk Cousins and then trade him. Talking about doesn't remove the numerous obstacles to pulling off such a deal. 
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Tandler's Take--Sorting out the Cousins era
Need to Know: Tandler's take looks at the Kirk Cousins era. How did we like that? 
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Bobby Beathard gets the Hall of Fame nod
The Redskins had a chance to get two names from their glory years into the Pro Football Hall of Fame today. One of them got in.  
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Jacoby doesn't make the Hall on his last chance
Redskins great Joe Jacoby will not be included in the 2018 Hall of Fame class, per our JP Finlay. 
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The Redskins week that was-Why trade Fuller and other questions answered
Need to Know: A week that started out focused on the Super Bowl was turned upside down by the trade of Alex Smith to Washington. You had questions; we had answers. 
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Could a draft day QB run push LB Roquan Smith to the Redskins?
Need to Know: Tandler tackling some non-Redskins topics including how the dynamics of the draft could push a top-10 talent to them at pick No. 13. 
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Why the Redskins won't use the tag on anyone in 2018
After being a big date the last couple of years, the franchise tag deadline is likely to be of no interest to those following the Redskins. 
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Why did the Redskins include Fuller in the Smith trade?
There are plenty of lingering questions about the Alex Smith trade and angles on the deal to be explored. Tandler takes on some of them here. 
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Why did the Redskins trade for Alex Smith? Just look at this list
Redskins fans wonder why the team gave up so much to land a quarterback, but they obviously haven't seen this list. 
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Relive Doug Williams' history-making Super Bowl
January 31 is the 30-year anniversary of Super Bowl XXII, a game in which the Redskins triumphed over the Broncos and Doug Williams made history.
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Here's why the Redskins can't trade Cousins now
The talk of a Cousins tag and trade was hot 24 hours ago. As of last night, it's dead. 
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How the Smith trade affects the short-term future
Need to Know: All trades have ripple effects. The Alex Smith deal creates tidal waves throughout the league. Here are some of the effects the deal will have at Redskins Park. 
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Kendall Fuller is reportedly being traded to Chiefs
In addition to sending a pick to the Chiefs, the Redskins will also ship rising star Kendall Fuller to Kansas City, according to many reports. 
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Reaction: With Alex Smith trade, Redskins get their guy - at a price
Stop the quarterback shopping. The Redskins have their man. But they are paying a pretty big price.
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Assessing five Redskins mock draft first-round picks
Need to Know: With the mock draft season in full swing, Tandler evaluates five picks that various analysts have assigned to the Redskins. 
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The most valuable Redskins over the past five years
Need to Know: Who are the most valuable Redskins over the past five years? Here's is an objective (but approximate) list. 
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With the Redskins and Cousins, it's about the money
Need to Know: Tandler's Take—The Redskins may be ready to break NFL convention and let their quality starting quarterback walk over money. 
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The Redskins week that was—Lessons to learn, Brown's status
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was looks at what they need to do if they can't re-sign Zach Brown and the hunt for a new QB
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Can the Redskins tag and trade Cousins?
Need to Know: Tandler answers fan questions from Twitter including the possibility of tagging and trading Cousins and the nose tackle situation.
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Re-signing Mason Foster won't be last step at LB for 'Skins
Re-signing Mason Foster made a lot of sense for the Redskins. But the team is far from set at linebacker, even after the move they made Thursday
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Redskins focused on quarterbacks at the Senior Bowl
Jay Gruden said that the Redskins always closely examine the crop of draft-eligible quarterbacks but the importance of doing so is elevated this year. 
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The Redskins' best players who are 25 and under
Need to Know: The Redskins have been far from perfect in the draft in recent seasons but they have managed to gather some good, young talent.
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How good is Preston Smith and what will it cost to re-sign him?
The Redskins may have some sticky contract situations on their hands if they give Kirk Cousins a big contract. Or maybe even if they don't. 
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Redskins fan questions: Finding a playmaker, Vea in the first?
Need to Know: Tandler takes fan questions on drafting DL Vita Vea, finding a playmaker, and potential surprise cuts. 
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Vikings QB decisions will be watched closely by the Redskins
As you may have heard, the Redskins could be looking for a quarterback this year and the Vikings could be putting at least two intriguing options on the free agent market. 
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Will Zach Brown stay with the Redskins or go?
Need to Know: The Redskins have some other important free agents in addition to Kirk Cousins. Tandler sets the odds in the first 2018 edition of "Stay or Go?".
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The pros and cons of each way to handle the Cousins situation
The Redskins likely will choose one of three options regarding Kirk Cousins' contract situation. Here are the details and the pros and cons of each approach. 
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Quarterbacks win championships and other lessons for the Redskins
Need to Know: Sure, the quarterbacks need help but Tom Brady and Nick Foles passed their teams into the Super Bowl. So is pass happy not so bad?
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A random walk through the Redskins past for edition NTK No. 2000
Need to Know: In celebration of edition No. 2000, a random look back at some recent Redskins history. 
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The Redskins week that was-Cousins' value, the Redskins' top draft pick
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was had talk of how free agency moves worked out, Kirk Cousins' value, and where the Redskins should go with pick No. 13. 
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McClougan doesn't think Cousins is a "special" QB
Many Broncos fans want Kirk Cousins to come and quarterback their team but the Redskins' former GM raised something of a red flag on a Denver radio station. 
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How many starters are left from the Redskins' last playoff game?
Need to Know: The Redskins starters in the 2018 season opener will look very different from the group that started the last time the team participated in the playoffs. 
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Which Redskins players will form the core of the defense in 2021?
Need to Know: Looking into the future at what current Redskins could form the core of the team three years from now. 
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Five possible Redskins free agent targets
Need to Know: The Redskins may have a lot of cap money to spend in free agency; here are five players who could get some of it. 
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Five potential Redskins first-round draft picks
Need to Know: The draft is still a few months off but the boards are beginning to take shape. Here's Tandler's early look at some players the Redskins might take at pick No. 13.  
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Which Redskins players will form the core of the offense in 2021?
It's hard to figure out who will be playing for the Redskins in 2018 but Tandler takes it a few steps forward and tries to predict who will be the team's key offensive players three years from now. 
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If Cousins leaves, with the Redskins rebuild or retool?
Need to Know: Tandler asks and answers some Redskins questions that have been on his mind lately. 
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Redskins shouldn't look at current playoff teams for QB advice
Two of the quarterbacks of the final four teams were unemployed in March and another was a major draft bust. Does that mean that the Redskins can move on from Kirk Cousins?
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What can the Redskins learn from this weekend's playoff games?
Need to Know: If the Redskins were watching the playoffs this weekend they learned that you should never, ever give up and other lessons. 
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The Redskins week that was—Drafting and developing, what Cousins wants
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was including what Cousins really wants, new faces in charge of the draft, and who will develop.
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Setting the odds on what happens with Kirk Cousins
Need to Know: You may have heard that Kirk Cousins is a free agent and that the Redskins have a number of options regarding that.
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Bang for the free agent bucks for the Redskins?
The Redskins didn't go on a big free agency spending spree but they did invest in five players. As usually is the case in free agency, the results were mixed. 
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Here are the five highest-paid 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: Although the list could change as we go through free agency, here are the five Redskins who will make the most cash in 2018. 
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Five Redskins reserves who will have bigger roles in 2018
Need to Know: As opportunities open up and additional skills are acquired, young players take on bigger roles. Here are five who should have more impact in 2018.
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Poor planning has left the Redskins in a bind at quarterback
Despite dealing with uncertainty at quarterback for the last four seasons, the Redskins haven't done much to add any insurance at the position. 
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Many factors involved with Redskins' choices at QB
Need to Know: Tandler answers you questions including choices at quarterback, what they want at running back and O-line replacements.
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One position the Redskins should avoid in the first round
Tandler says that one respected draft analyst is way off base in his assessment of what the Redskins should do in the first round of the draft. 
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In calling for closure at QB, Gruden may be losing a year with Cousins
Need to Know: Jay Gruden wants a quick resolution to the QB situation but that may mean starting over at the position this year. 
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No, Redskins weren't that close to being a playoff team
It's tempting to say that the Redskins were close to being a playoff team in 2017. However, they were just as close to being worse than 7-9.
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A week after season ends, still no Redskins coaching changes
Need to Know: Jay Gruden said that he didn't expect any changes to the coaching staff and nearly a week later that appears to be the case. 
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Redskins week that was—Ripple effects of Dunbar deal
Need to Know: Tandler looks at the Redskins week that was including the importance of what Kirk Cousins didn't say, Dunbar's deal, and Zach Brown's future. 
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Breaking down the key points from the Cousins Q&A
Taking a closer look at some of the key quotes from the Kirk Cousins Q&A on Friday.
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Redskins 2018 outlook one-liners, recovering from injury edition
Need to Know: Our last one-liners look at the Redskins'2018 prospects examines the players who finished the year on injured reserve. 
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Looking to 2018 with each Redskins player, defensive edition
Need to Know: What does the future hold for the Redskins who play defense? Tandler takes a look
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Redskins have more questions than answers on third-down problems
The Redskins offense was awful on third downs, particularly when trying to convert on the ground. Jay Gruden is going to explore a range of possible solutions. 
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Looking to 2018 with each Redskins player, offensive edition
Need to Know: Who has a set role for 2017 and who is up in the air? Who's staying and who's going. Tandler takes a look with this special edition of Redskins player one-liners, offense.
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Knocking the champion Bears out of the playoffs 31 years ago
On this date in 1987, the Redskins were disrespected as they went into the house of the defending champion Bears in the playoffs. They had plenty of respect after the game. 
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Gruden already on the 2018 hot seat?
Jay Gruden held on to his job after his team posted a losing record. He may not be around if the Redskins again are irrelevant in December in 2018.
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Gruden says continuity is good, but so is change
Need to Know: Tandler wraps up Jay Gruden's year-end presser including his comments on the coaching staff, his comfort level with Colt McCoy, and the inevitability of change. 
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Gruden says team will take close look at improving injury prevention
Some football injuries are bad luck, while others can be prevented with the use of certain programs. Jay Gruden said that the Redskins are going to look at the team's injury prevention in the offseason. 
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Redskins 2017 team superlatives
Need to Know: It wasn't a great year for the Redskins but they did have plenty of solid individual performances. Tandler looks at the best of them. 
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The key Redskins plays of 2017
Need to Know: The Monday six-pack looks at the key plays that made and broke the Redskins' 2017 season. 
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