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One year later, Redskins will finally get compensation for losing Kirk Cousins | NBC Sports Washington
When the Redskins traded for Alex Smith, the team made it clear that Kirk Cousins' days in Washington had ended, but they ended with the Redskins getting no compensation.

7 ways to fix the Redskins | 106.7 The Fan
The Redskins are a rotting carcass resting beneath the earth in a deep grave they dug for themselves. But they can be saved, if they're willing to make these seven fixes in their own best interest.

Matt LaFleur will reportedly become latest ex-Redskins assistant to land NFL head coaching job | NBC Sports Washington
Aaron Rodgers' new head coach has some Redskins ties and will be just the latest coach who used to work for Washington to take over their own NFL team.

Bruce Allen Watch: New role for much-maligned Redskins president? | 106.7 The Fan
What will become of the much-maligned Redskins team president?

Sources: Jay Gruden officially told he will return as Redskins coach in 2019 | NBC Sports Washington
Jay Gruden has been informed that he will return as head coach of the Washington Redskins in 2019, sources told NBC Sports Washington' J.P. Finlay.

When, or if, Reuben Foster plays for the Redskins, what happens at linebacker? | NBC Sports Washington
Some corners of Redskins Park felt vindicated when domestic violence charges got dropped against Reuben Foster, but what does it mean on the football field?

Questions for Bill Callahan, Greg Manusky as Redskins coaching carousel heats up | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins got some expected news when Jay Gruden was told he would stay on as head coach for 2019. What happens next could be expected, and unexpected.

Delegate: Va., DC and Md. should team up to block Redskins stadium subsidies | Sports | richmond.com
As this year's General Assembly session begins in Virginia, one legislator is hoping a three-way agreement could keep a bidding war from breaking out over a new Washington Redskins stadium.