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The Washington Redskins’ most hated man

Washington Redskins’ fans are still reeling over the organization’s decision not to sign quarterback Kirk Cousins to a long term deal. Many fans are not going to direct their ire at Cousins for demanding top dollar for his services. After all, everyone would do the exact same thing in their respective fields of employment. Show More Summary

Now it gets complicated for Le'Veon Bell and the Steelers

Three players will play on the franchise tag after Monday’s deadline for signing a long-term deal passed. Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins signed his franchise tender long ago and will again play this season like nothing is wrong, even though his situation will be one of the NFL’s biggest stories next offseason. Show More Summary

Kirk Cousins not offended by Washington's statement or lack of a long-term deal

It’s not bad to be Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins right now. He seems to know that. Cousins didn’t get a long-term deal from the team before Monday’s deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign extensions. He’ll play this season on the franchise tag. Show More Summary

Washington Redskins are right to stand firm regarding Kirk Cousins

The 4pm deadline for the Washington Redskins to sign quarterback Kirk Cousins to a long term deal has passed without a deal being reached. Cousins’ supporters are undoubtedly cursing Redskins’ management, as the best statistical quarterback the team has had in over twenty five years enters 2017 as a lame duck once again. Show More Summary

Redskins president sounds like he's referring to Kirk Cousins as 'Kurt' in recent video

Washington Redskins President Bruce Allen really wanted Kirk Cousins to sign a long-term deal with the team. Allen worked really hard trying to make that happen, offering to make the quarterback one of the highest paid players in NFL history. But somehow during all of that — not to mention the...

Bruce Allen seemingly referred to Kirk Cousins as “Kurt” five times in statement

As team president of the Washington Redskins, it would stand to reason that Bruce Allen would know the name of the team’s starting quarterback. However, in reading a statement to announce they had not reached an agreement with Kirk Cousins on a long-term contract ahead of Monday’s franchise tag deadline, Allen appeared to mispronounce Cousins’…

Redskins’ pres Bruce Allen kept calling Kirk Cousins “Kurt,” team PR blamed his accent

The Washington Redskins’ contract negotiations with quarterback Kirk Cousins didn’t produce a long-term deal, so he’ll remain on the franchise tag this season, and the team hasn’t come out of this looking good. Washington offered Cousins $53...Show More Summary

Redskins QB Cousins to play another season on franchise tag

The deadline for Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins to sign a long-term deal has come and gone, meaning the quarterback will play a second consecutive season on the franchise tag        

Washington Redskins Roster Battles: Left Guard Still Has Question Marks

The Washington Redskins will begin the 2017 season with an offensive line that has been together for three full NFL seasons now. That may not sound like much, but continuity is indeed one of the most important factors for sustaining a successful offensive line. Show More Summary

Kirk Cousins Willing To Talk A Long-Term Deal With The Redskins After The Season

Kirk Cousins enters his second consecutive season playing for the Washington Redskins under NFL’s franchise tag. The Redskins’ starting quarterback will make $23.9 million this upcoming season because of the franchise tag. To avoid that, the Washington Redskins have until Monday afternoon to hammer out a long-term deal with Cousins. Show More Summary

Washington Redskins 2017 Most Improved Area: Linebacker

Each offseason, every NFL team focuses on at least one area in need of an upgrade. So what aspect of the Washington Redskins is looking better these days? Training camp begins later this month for all 32 NFL teams. So that means another preview series from End Zone Score. Show More Summary

Redskins President Bruce Allen splashes out $7 million on Balboa Peninsula home

Bruce Allen, team president of the Washington Redskins, has paid $7 million for a home in the Balboa Peninsula section of Newport Beach, property records show. The bayfront home, custom-built in 1997, sits on 41 feet of frontage with a private pier and dockage for several boats. Beyond the two-story...

PFT preseason power rankings No. 25: Washington Redskins

After the first 14 weeks of the 2016 season, the Redskins looked like a pretty good bet to make the playoffs for a second straight season as they were 7-5-1 with two home games and a road date with the hapless Bears to close out the schedule. They beat the Bears, but losses to the…

Washington Redskins focus on: Samaje Perine

The NFL has placed a premium on passing in recent years. The Washington Redskins have taken that mantra and run with it, fielding the league’s second best passing offense in 2016. That wasn’t enough to provide the offensive balance that good teams need. Show More Summary

Junior Galette wins decision in civil suit stemming from 2015 arrest

Washington Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette was awarded a decision in his favor in a civil lawsuit stemming from a 2015 arrest in Kenner, L.A. According to FOX 8, a woman was seeking damages for emotional and physical distress from an incident in Jan. 2015 that resulted in Galette being arrested on domestic abuse allegations.…

Washington Redskins: Why They Could Steal The NFC East [Opinion]

The Washington Redskins are heading into the 2017 NFL season looking to prove that they shouldn’t be overlooked. Even though the Dallas Cowboys were the best regular season team in the league last season, the Redskins are confident that...Show More Summary

Washington Redskins focus on: Ryan Kerrigan

The Washington Redskins defense has received an overhaul during the past two seasons. They began the 2016 free agency period by signing former Carolina Panthers’ cornerback Josh Norman. This season, they added linebacker Zach Brown and free safety D.J. Show More Summary

Agent’s Take: Here's what it will cost Redskins to get Kirk Cousins' deal done

Washington's front office has some serious work to do to get Cousins signed to a long-term deal

What would change public opinion on whether the Redskins’ name is offensive?

Three weeks ago, the Supreme Court decided unanimously in Matal v. Tam to protect Americans’ ability to trademark names that may be considered offensive. In response, Daniel Snyder, longtime owner of the Washington Redskins football team, declared, “I am THRILLED. Hail to the Redskins!” Not everyone was equally thrilled. Washington Post columnist Kevin Blackistone wrote, […]

Will Washington Redskins and Kirk Cousins reach midnight hour deal?

As this is being written, the Washington Redskins and quarterback Kirk Cousins have one week to reach a long term deal. It would be in the best interest for both sides to reach a long term deal, as each side really needs the other. The...Show More Summary

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