In our last mailbag of the offseason, we take a look at Jay Gruden’s body of work, plus what to expect from Kirk Cousins and the defense this season.

The linebacker joins his cousin, tackle Trent Williams, as the latest player from Longview, Tex. to join Washington.

  • Analysis

Here’s a stab at how the 90-man roster could be pared down to the final 53 over the next month.

5-11? USA Today writer explains his miserable record projection for Redskins.

Nate Davis is concerned that constant questions about Kirk Cousins's future will affect the team.

Tostitos is infusing tortilla chips with ‘Redskins luck’

A one-man band is infusing tortilla chips with Redskins luck. Do not eat these chips.

DeAngelo Hall may become a broadcaster or a GM. But first, one more Redskins season.

No longer “Me-Angelo,” Washington’s longest-tenured player enters 2017 as a locker room leader hoping to carve out a role. But he knows it’s time to plan for the future, too.

An undrafted player in 2015, Mbu hopes to make an impact on the team's most critical position battle during training camp.

  • Analysis

Who will start at the edge rusher position opposite Ryan Kerrigan? Preston Smith, Junior Galette and rookie Ryan Anderson will all factor into the mix.

Cousins’ play to date virtually assures top-dollar contract in 2018, whether with Redskins or elsewhere

Did you really think we'd talk about anything else this week?

Allen says team offered to make Kirk Cousins NFL’s second-highest player, but never received a counter

Washington's starting QB will play on the franchise tag for the second straight year. He will earn roughly $24 million in 2017 and will be eligible for free agency next offseason.

It has long been expected that Cousins would wind up playing out the franchise tag for a second straight year — something no NFL quarterback has ever done.

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