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Need to Know: With Cousins' future uncertain, should the Redskins take a QB in the first round? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: With uncertainty at the most important position on the field should the Redskins consider taking a QB at the top of the draft?

Redskins Should Utilize deep draft to build D-Line Cheaper than free agency
The Redskins should look to be as cost effective as possible while building their defensive line

Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin Cook both meet with Redskins at NFL Combine | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Though the Redskins are needy on defense, they're still looking at offensive players at the NFL Combine, including two of the draft's top running backs.

Vernon Davis says Jay Gruden is a big reason why he wants to remain a Redskin | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Vernon Davis is free to sign with any team he wants, but the tight end tells JP Finlay staying in D.C. would make him "extremely happy."

Redskins are in 'make or break' situation with Kirk Cousins
Time for both sides to prove they want to work together towards the future

2017 Mock Drafts: Jonathan Allen To The Redskins?'s Will Brinson is going in a different direction in his mock draft update, as he has the Redskins trading up to get the No. 2 pick and Jonathan Allen.

5 under-the-radar names to watch at NFL Combine as possible Redskins fits | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Much of the focus for Redskins fans will be what Scot McCloughan does with his first-round pick at No. 17, but remember, some of the GM's best work often comes late in the draft.

The Importance Of The Wonderlic Test
With the NFL Combine happening this week, players will not only show off their athletic ability but also their cognitive skills. Here's why the test is important.

Scot McCloughan missing the combine? Typical Redskins dysfunction - Washington Times

If the Redskins wanted to hang Scot McCloughan out to dry -- well, the silence, as they like to say in the cliche factory, speaks volumes.