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Daily Slop: Friday the 21st Getting Ready for the Combine

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A look at the top Redskins Stories around the web.

Chris McGrath

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Experts Take: Free Agency | ESPN Redskins Blog

The Redskins haven't done a lot of shopping the past two years, but with at least $30 million in cap space there's a good chance they'll do some next month. A really good chance. This isn't an in-depth look at free agency but rather a general question on free agency from our two experts -- former NFL executive, player and scout Louis Riddick (now an ESPN NFL Insider) and former NFL and college scout Matt Williamson (now ESPN's NFL scout). Yes, this is the final installment, but there will be some leftover items from my conversations with the experts.

Redskins to keep Kirk Cousins | ESPN Redskins Blog

Cousins is under contract through the 2015 season so there's no urgency to deal him at this time. It's uncertain if the Redskins' stance would change should another team make a can't-refuse offer.

2014 NFL Scouting Combine Preview: Offense | Fanspeak.com

An indepth look at the importance of the NFL Scouting Combine and a preview of some of the more intriguing offensive prospects.

2014 NFL Scouting Combine Preview: Defense | Fanspeak.com

NFL Scouting Combine: Ja'Wuan James Offensive Tackle | Washington Post the Insider

Despite boasting terrific size at 6 feet 6 and 312 pounds, and with a college resume that featured 49 starts in 49 games played over four years, Tennessee right tackle Ja'Wuan James doesn't rank as his school's most highly touted offensive line prospect.

Free Agent Offensive Linemen: Name, Value, Sleeper | Washington Post The Outsider

Redskins Haven't Decided to use Franchise Tag on Orakpo | Washington Post the Insider

Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said that he and team officials haven't decided on whether they will use the franchise tag to retain outside linebacker Brian Orakpo if they can't reach a long-term deal by the start of free agency.

Stay or Go: ILB Perry Riley | CSN Washington