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The quarterback, who could be up for a large new deal in the 2016 offseason, says he's thinking about football week to week right now.

The Redskins coach praises his hand-picked quarterback, but says bringing him back will be up to the general manager and quarterback's agent.

Mike Jones answers reader inquiries about where the 1-1 team goes from here, how it works when a player gets repeatedly cut and re-signed, and why the team is hanging on to RGIII.

The left tackle, a three-time Pro Bowler, announced the deal on Twitter.

Washington Redskins officials determined there was little risk and potentially a great reward in adding the former New Orleans Saints linebacker.

Despite offseason injury, unresolved contract status, coach expects healthy, focused left tackle.

Redskins sign Ryan Kerrigan to 5-year, $57.5 million contract extension on eve of training camp.

As Washington begins its second round of offseason practices, readers want to know how much the star wide receiver's absence mattered, how the quarterback looked and what we can glean from non-contact workouts anyway.

Redskins President Bruce Allen bullish on Robert Griffin III, given quarterback’s talent, team’s offseason acquisitions.

Expensive veteran players let go one day after offseason practices begin in earnest.

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