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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Once again, Washington finds itself in search of stability at the inside linebacker position — although offseason pickup Zach Brown could help.

Caps rank first, Redskins rank last in fan experience survey of D.C. teams

D.C.'s average fan satisfaction index ranks eighth among the 11 markets surveyed by J.D. Power.

No one loves anything more than Scot McCloughan loves watching tape

Former Redskins GM says he's in his element with a remote in his hand, football on TV and reports to write.

Unprecedented D.C. sports equinox could happen if Nats reach World Series

The Redskins, Capitals and Wizards are all scheduled to play on Oct. 29. Game 5 of the World Series is also that day.

After recently analyzing the defensive line, we flip to the other side of the ball, taking a look into the backfield.

Well, revisit that subject one more time, plus tackle a few non-Cousins topics as well.

The Redskins have seven days to sign their quarterback to a long-term contract extension, or else he'll play the 2017 season on the franchise tag. But the price figures to be steep.

Washington's coaches are encouraged by the unit's play this offseason, but exact roles for its many newcomers — including first-round pick Jonathan Allen — have yet to be determined.

Entering his fourth season as the Washington Redskins tight ends coach, Wes Phillips believes it's the best unit in the league.

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Even on Independence Day, Redskins fans are worrying about a contract for their quarterback.

After former agent failed to secure his release, RB Matt Jones joins powerful NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus

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