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Chris Simms emphatic in praise of Jamison Crowder | NBC Sports Washington
Jamison Crowder is headed toward a big pay day, and NBC Pro Football Talk analyst Chris Simms believes the Redskins need to pay Crowder.

Lack of succession planning has left the Redskins in a bad place at quarterback | NBC Sports Washington
Despite dealing with uncertainty at quarterback for the last four seasons, the Redskins haven't done much to add any insurance at the position.

One former Redskin suspects that there is tension between Jay Gruden and Kirk Cousins | NBC Sports Washington
A former Redskin who played with Kirk Cousins and under Jay Gruden thinks that the quarterback and coach may be at odds with each other these days.

Reading Too Much Into Kirk Cousins’ Merchandise Sale « CBS DC
Don't mind me, I'm just over here, over-thinking it.

Need to Know: The five highest-paid 2018 Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Although the list could change as we go through free agency, here are the five Redskins who will make the most cash in 2018.

2017 Redskins Season In Review: Wide Receivers
Beginning the year with two new starting wide receivers, the Redskins got greater production out of 2016 first-round pick Josh Doctson while Ryan Grant posted a career year.

Five Faves Of '17: Player Tweets
The Redskins had a lot of stuff to remember in 2017. Here are some of our favorite player tweets of the year.

Playing in D.C. may not carry as much value for Kirk Cousins as you'd think it does | NBC Sports Washington
Think that playing in the nation's capital provides Kirk Cousins a platform he can't find with another team? Well, sit down and read this, then.

Did the Redskins get bang for their free agent bucks in 2017? | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins didn't go on a big free agency spending spree but they did invest in five players. As usually is the case in free agency, the results were mixed.