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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Las Vegas on the eve of what could be one of the biggest days in this city's history.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins proposal to stop using the color rush jerseys for Thursday night games might get tabled until May, team president Bruce Allen said. The Redskins introduced the bylaw change and used two words as the reason why: garish uniforms. But Allen said the league might not vote on the measure in Phoenix this week, instead waiting until meetings in May.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins president Bruce Allen re-iterated Sunday night from Phoenix that the team does not want to trade quarterback Kirk Cousins and still believes it can work out a long-term deal. There have been no new offers in a month, one source said. But Allen pointed to options the team has to keep Cousins around for 2018 as well – the franchise tag at $34.5 million or the transition tag at $28 million. Allen said he would not trade Cousins just to get something in return. If he leaves via free agency after 2018, then the Redskins would only receive a third-round compensatory pick.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins president Bruce Allen declined to get into specifics over why the team fired general manager Scot McCloughan. He didn't want to talk about the anonymous quote in the Washington Post citing McCloughan's drinking. "I've never partaken in that," Allen said of anonymous quotes.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins president Bruce Allen said the team will make any decision in front office additions after the draft. It's uncertain what role that person would have.

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Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Monday is "going to be an exciting day for Vegas." The Raiders' move there is all but official.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

NFL coaches, owners and executives are arriving for the first official session of their 2017 meetings. They're al facing a large gauntlet of electronic media seeking reactions to the Raiders' pending relocation to Oakland. Here is Patriots owner Bob Kraft and Jets owner Woody Johnson. Kraft said he thinks the Raiders' move would be "great."

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Taxpayers would contribute $750 million to the Raiders' new stadium in Las Vegas PLUS $200 million in maintenance over a multi-decade period, according to Packers CEO Mark Murphy.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

On eve of the NFL annual spring meeting in Phoenix, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to Sal Paolantonio on the Oakland Raiders' proposed move to Las Vegas: "I think we will have a vote and I think we will have a positive vote. I think we are in pretty good shape. "

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyrone McKenzie, a former linebacker for the Patriots, Buccaneers and Vikings, was recently hired by the Rams as a special teams assistant. McKenzie, whose NFL career spanned from 2009-13, will work under John Fassel. He spent the last two years as a defensive assistant at Colorado and Stanford; also worked with Rams outside linebackers and special teams players last summer.

ESPN Staff  

Patriots coach Bill Belichick stopped by Diamondbacks' spring training on Sunday and visited with Chief Baseball Analyst Tony La Russa.