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A collection of Redskins articles from around the web

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Need to Know: If Kirk Cousins leaves, with the Redskins rebuild or retool? | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Tandler asks and answers some Redskins questions that have been on his mind lately.

Redskins can't base Kirk Cousins decision on the makeup of the final four | NBC Sports Washington
Two of the quarterbacks of the final four teams were unemployed in March and another was a major draft bust. Does that mean that the Redskins can move on from Kirk Cousins?

Build up the defense and forget about big money QBs? It's not that easy | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins fans want to know: Is investing heavily on defense and saving money at QB a path to playoff success? The question makes sense. The answer, however, is hard to explain.

Redskins non-Kirk Cousins needs include running back, speedy receiver - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
In addition to settling their future at QB, the Redskins covet a reliable backfield starter and a game-changer who can complement Josh Doctson.

Playoff games alter Kirk Cousins' market, but possibilities remain - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Jacksonville's win in Pittsburgh shifted the potential destinations for the Redskins QB, who will have several bidders if he hits free agency.

Who will be the Redskins' core offensive players three years from now? | NBC Sports Washington
It's hard to figure out who will be playing for the Redskins in 2018 but Tandler takes it a few steps forward and tries to predict who will be the team's key offensive players three years from now.

2018 Mock Drafts: Derwin James To The Redskins?
With mock drafts picking up steam, SBNation's Dan Kadar's most recent update has the Redskins selecting Florida State safety Derwin James 13th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft.

2017 Redskins Season In Review: Inside Linebackers
Before missing the final three games of the season, Zach Brown proved to be a productive free agent signing for the Redskins, as he collected 127 tackles in 13 games and was named a Pro Bowl alternate.