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A collection of Redskins articles from around the web

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Redskins proclaim similar refrain: There's too much talent to not win more - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
ASHBURN, Virginia – Washington Redskins corner Josh Norman exited the visiting locker room in the Meadowlands Sunday with a pained look on his face.

Jay Gruden's comments reveals Redskins' dilemma with Kirk Cousins - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Kirk Cousins is a good QB, but what's his value to the Redskins? Can the team build around him? The answers will set the stage for the offseason.

Kevin O'Connell Adds Passing Game Coordinator Duties
Kevin O'Connell recently completed his first season with the Redskins as the team's quarterbacks coach but will now also be the passing game coordinator per head coach Jay Gruden.

Jay Gruden says Redskins will examine team's injury prevention program | NBC Sports Washington
Some football injuries are bad luck, while others can be prevented with the use of certain programs. Jay Gruden said that the Redskins are going to look at the team's injury prevention in the offseason.

With 49ers off the board, is a return to the Redskins the best option for Kirk Cousins? | NBC Sports Washington
The 49ers seem set at QB now with Jimmy G. So with San Fran no longer an option, are the Redskins the best place for Kirk Cousins to be in 2018, or is somewhere else better?

List of Redskins' 2018 opponents officially released | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins can now look ahead to 2018 with the official confirmation of their list of opponents.

Need to Know: Wrapping up Jay Gruden's year-end press conference | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Tandler wraps up Jay Gruden's year-end presser including his comments on the coaching staff, his comfort level with Colt McCoy, and the inevitability of change.

Mediocre record has Jay Gruden on the 2018 hot seat already | NBC Sports Washington
Jay Gruden held on to his job after his team posted a losing record. He may not be around if the Redskins again are irrelevant in December in 2018.

Redskins keep coaches who can't succeed - Washington Times
While he's here in Washington, Gruden gets a pass, of sorts, because of the self-destructive aura that engulfs this franchise -- the one that has led to one coaching change after another, from Norv Turner, Marty Schottenheimer, Steve Spurrier, Jim Zorn and Mike Shanahan to the second era of Joe Gibbs.

DeAngelo Hall remains undecided on retirement, but says 'this has been a fun journey' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Washington safety is still weighing whether he wants to return, coach or land a job in a front office.