The Washington Post

MAILBAG | Almost one week away from the franchise player tag deadline, and there are no indications that Kirk Cousins and the Redskins are any closer on an agreement on a long-term deal than they were back when the season ended in January.

Although much sooner than they would have liked, the Washington Redskins' offseason now gets underway, and a number pressing decisions must be made in the coming days.

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Two people with knowledge of the team's planning said the owner is not preventing his front office and coaching staff from trading the quarterback. But a deal might not net much.