The window opens Tuesday on the Redskins’ ability to apply the franchise tag to their QB for a third straight year. We look at some scenarios.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo report on how likely it is that the Washington Redskins will franchise tag quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Washington Redskins Safety D.J. Swearinger reveals the most likely landing spot for teammate Quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Free agent season in the NFL is less than a month away, and Kirk Cousins’ name tops the priority list for a number of franchises. Also, a lot of unofficial negotiations will be conducted at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis next week. Cousins is arguably the pick of this year’s free agent class and […]
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The NFL reinstated Su’a Cravens off the reserve/left squad list Wednesday, a move that opens the door for the Washington Redskins safety’s return to the playing field next season.
Redskins safety Su'a Cravens has applied to be removed from the reserve/left squad list to be reinstated in the NFL, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. Cravens missed all of the 2017 season to consider retirement. Cravens' agent released a statement in December explaining that the 2016 second-round pick was suffering from Post Concussion Syndrome, but […]
NFL Network's David Carr and Michael Robinson debate how far the Washington Redskins can go with their Quarterback Alex Smith.
Alex Smith is about to be traded for the second time in his career, but he told ESPN over the weekend that he’s "pumped" about the move that will send him to Washington.
No, the Redskins aren’t getting a top-tier QB in Alex Smith. But he has been a solid starter and is less expensive than the unproven Jimmy Garoppolo.
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