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With no general manager at the helm, Washington's pre-draft evaluations have continued without a hitch entering the final month of preparations.

Confident in their draft-day preparations, Washington expects to wait until May to fill general manager vacancy.

In wake of McCloughan’s ouster, will the sound of ‘money talking’ drown out perceptions of instability at Redskins Park?

'I think he would be perfect for the position,' says John Wooten of Fritz Pollard Alliance.

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.

Team officials are thinking long term, but still prepared to label the quarterback a franchise player -- just like last season -- if the two sides can't reach an agreement.

Here's a comprehensive, no-holds-barred look at the missteps so far this offseason, and the details behind how the Redskins could ascend to NFL elite or watch it all come crashing down next season.

Mike Jones explains how much last offseason cost the franchise, plus gives answers about Jay Gruden's job security and play-calling preferences, and the draft.

For the second time in as many days, Washington's team president expressed intentions to re-sign the quarterback, and the player returns the love.

NFL has extended Rooney Rule to coordinator jobs as ‘best practice’ for diverse interviewing, hiring standards; are Redskins listening?

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