The Washington Post

While the free agent market already figures to feature a number of possible candidates, another intriguing name became available on Wednesday when the Cleveland Browns released D’Qwell Jackson.

The Redskins have made it clear that they intend to re-sign top pass-rusher Brian Orakpo, but he’s not the only outside linebacker that the Redskins must make a decision on this offseason.

As they look to help RGIII rebound, Washington must improve its offensive line.

Jim Haslett highlighted re-signing DeAngelo Hall as an offseason priority, but it remains unclear where the team stands on the other starting cornerback, Josh Wilson.

Morgan has lobbied for a new deal with his hometown team, but it remains to be seen if the Redskins share his interest.

Starter Brandon Meriweather’s contract voided last week, and now the Redskins must decide if they should make an attempt to re-sign him, or if they should look elsewhere.

The team and the veteran wide receiver are discussing a new contract.

When the Redskins retained defensive lineman Chris Baker last season, the team raised a couple eyebrows. But he ended up being one of the more productive linemen.

Today’s offseason question centers around whether the Redskins should trade Cousins. A lot of that has to do with what they could get for him.

The Redskins and Riley’s camp have held initial negotiation talks regarding a new multi-year deal.

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