Washington could pick up a nice return in draft picks because of the shortage at quarterback, but Cousins remains the best option for the franchise this season.

REDSKINS MAILBAG | Will Washington trade its starting quarterback? Or maybe draft his eventual replacement? We'll find out (finally) this week.

The inside linebacker signed his low-round tender Monday.

2017 NFL mock draft: QB uncertainty creates chaos in final Round 1 projection

In John Harris's final projection the Browns make a big trade with the Jets and three quarterbacks fly off the board in the first round.

Four of Redskins’ last five draft classes have outperformed expectations

Since 1996, Washington's draft picks have been 3 percent worse than expected.

Redskins’ draft plans: Talent will trump need, even on defense

Washington says it will select the best available player, regardless of the team’s clear need for defensive help.

Redskins director of college scouting sees ample chance to improve team’s defense in the upcoming draft.

Team officials may decide to bank on their returning players and devote resources to other areas. But what if a top outside linebacker is available?

The fourth-year veteran signed his $2.746 million tender Friday.

Now, will that mark be good enough to reach the playoffs?

The Redskins will play five games in prime time this season, including a Thanksgiving night clash with the New York Giants.

Washington will host the Giants in the night game.

Reed's ability, and Jay Gruden's use of the dynamic tight end, makes it a lot easier on Kirk Cousins.

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