The day after firing Scot McCloughan, Redskins officials are wading into search for successor.

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Nor does it appear the two sides are anywhere close to a long-term deal. And that's assuming Cousins even wants to stay in Washington.

McClain will become the team's first external free agent acquisition of the offseason.

Since staying home from the NFL Scouting Combine, McCloughan has remained sidelined from important roster-building decisions with which he would normally be involved.

Both players can still negotiate with other teams, but Washington reserves the right to match any offers within seven days.

The Redskins had long hoped to re-sign the 33-year-old Davis, who last season revived his career after joining his hometown team.

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