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A collection of Redskins articles from around the web

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Newly Elected Hall Of Famer Bobby Beathard Shares More Insight On Joe Gibbs
Redskins long-time general manager Bobby Beathard reflected on his recent election to the Hall of Fame and his relationship with head coach Joe Gibbs.

Inside the Numbers: Comparing Alex Smith and Kirk Cousins is not as simple as it seems | NBC Sports Washington
Direct comparisons are hard to pull off in the NFL as teams run different systems and the game is truly reliant on all 11 players on the field. Still, the numbers can explain a lot.

2018 Mock Drafts: Denzel Ward To The Redskins?
Coming off a season in which he was an All-American for Ohio State, cornerback Denzel Ward could be taken early in the 2018 NFL Draft.

No mixed messages, Alex Smith sounds fired up to be on the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Kirk Cousins played well on the field, but never sounded excited to stay in Washington long-term. After being traded to the Redskins, Alex Smith sounds quite different.

Creating a 2018 offseason blueprint for the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Everyone has suggestions as to what the Redskins should do during the offseason; here's one proposal along with my comments.

Need to Know: Will the Redskins be aggressive in free agency? | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Some Monday morning thoughts including how hard the Redskins will hit the free agent market and what might happen with RB Kapri Bibbs.

Need to Know: Tandler's Take—What should expectations be for the 2018 Redskins? | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Not all teams shoot for the Super Bowl every season. How well would be 2018 Redskins have to play to meet reasonable expectations?

Inside the Numbers: Comparing Alex Smith and Kirk Cousins is not as simple as it seems | NBC Sports Washington
Direct comparisons are hard to pull off in the NFL as teams run different systems and the game is truly reliant on all 11 players on the field. Still, the numbers can explain a lot.