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What goes around: Kendall Fuller was in Redskins' plans even after being traded | NBC Sports Washington
Even after shipping him to Kansas City in 2018, the Redskins wanted to bring back cornerback Kendall Fuller when he hit free agency.

Bullish or Bearish?: Terry McLaurin will be first Redskins wideout to catch 10 TDs since 1991 | NBC Sports Washington
In "Bullish or Bearish?", JP Finlay and Pete Hailey look at fan-submitted statements about the Redskins and decide whether they're in or out on those statements. Next up is one that relates to Terry McLaurin.

While Dwayne Haskins is losing weight, Daniel Jones is trying to put it on | NBC Sports Washington
While Redskins fans are excited to see a slimmed-down version of their second-year QB in 2020, Giants fans are preparing to see a more bulked-up edition of theirs.

WATCH: Here's how the Redskins have stayed in shape this offseason | NBC Sports Washington
Several members of the Redskins have showcased their workouts on social media during quarantine.

Exactly why haven't the Redskins retired Sonny Jurgensen's number? It's time | NBC Sports Washington
For at least 50 years the Redskins only retired one player's number: Sammy Baugh. With the news last week that the organization would now retire Bobby Mitchell's number, the list shouldn't stop there.

NFL draft: Why spring grades could carry extra weight for the 2021 class
Spring grades for the 2021 NFL draft are out, and they could mean more than ever if the college football season is interrupted.

NFL will block off first 6-8 rows of seats from fans this season | NBC Sports Washington
The first 6-8 rows of every NFL stadium will be tarped off this fall, even those that allow fans to attend games.

Jack Del Rio under fire over Trump support tweets - Washington Times
Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio is in hot water over his tweets late Tuesday that showed support for President Trump.