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2017 Schedule
8-7-1, 3rd in NFC East
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21hDan Graziano

Predicting next big-money QB deals: Kirk Cousins

Perhaps Cousins will reach an agreement with Washington in the next few weeks, but maybe he'll hit the market next offseason and set new benchmarks.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown has a few new workout partners this offseason - Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor and New York Giants quarterback Geno Smith. Both players were going through drills with Brown this week at the Steelers' practice facility, according to Brown's always-entertaining Snapchat feed. Brown works out at various places throughout the offseason and likes to incorporate new friends in the process.

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6dField Yates

Ranking NFL's best one-year flier deals

Terrelle Pryor flourished in 2016 after switching from QB to WR, and landing in Washington gives him a chance to assume the No. 1 wideout role on a pass-happy team.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Carr's potential new contract is good news for any QB seeking a new deal -- like Washington's Kirk Cousins. Worth approximately $25 million per year, Carr's deal certainly raises the bar, but it's one the Redskins were unlikely to hit anyway. And Cousins' goal hasn't been to become the highest-paid passer, but rather to be paid commensurate with his leverage, starting at his tag number of $23.9 million. If the Redskins hit that, with the right guarantees, it has a shot at leading to a deal -- regardless of Carr's average.

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7dAaron Schatz, Football Outsiders

Best defenses since 1987: 1991 Redskins

Washington's Super Bowl-winning defense allowed just 4.9 net yards per pass and 3.9 yards per carry, and had three shutouts in the first five weeks of the season.

Max supports court ruling on Redskins' name (1:06)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

In a statement, Redskins owner Dan Snyder said, "I am THRILLED! Hail to the Redskins," after the Supreme Court ruled it can't refuse to register trademarks it deems offensive.

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High court gives Redskins boost in name fight

The Supreme Court says the government can't refuse to register trademarks that are considered offensive, giving the Redskins a major boost in the legal fight over the team's nickname.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

On this Father's Day weekend, Redskins rookie corner Josh Holsey reflects on finding inspiration from his dad's journey after having part of his left leg amputated. Holsey said it helped him make it through a second torn ACL in his left knee. He would not be in the NFL otherwise.

Cousins in great position to earn potentially historic payday (2:07)

Team Stats

Passing Yards297.42nd
Rushing Yards106.021st
Points For24.812th
Points Against23.919th

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