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Could the Redskins tag Kirk Cousins and then trade him to the desperate Browns? It's possible, but don't count on it.
Having someone who can turn short completions into long gains will help a quarterback like Alex Smith, who likes to throw underneath.
It's hard to imagine Su'a Cravens returning to Washington. But if he does, there are questions that need to be answered both on and off the field.
Seattle has big decisions to make on the Legion of Boom. The Saints need to lock up Drew Brees. The Vikings need to sign a quarterback. Here are five offseason moves to improve all 16 NFC teams.
Redskins safety Su'a Cravens has been reinstated by the NFL, a league source told ESPN.
Having a healthy Jonathan Allen can help the Redskins' woeful run D, while Alex Smith's success with first-down throws should help generate offense.
There are no hard feelings between Kendall Fuller and the Redskins, who had to part with the promising cornerback in the Alex Smith deal.
Chiefs CB Kendall Fuller talks to Adam Schefter about the trade that sent him from Washington to Kansas City, the toughest covers in the NFL and much more.
Todd McShay, Mel Kiper Jr. and Chris Sprow discuss the Redskins' strategy with the 13th overall pick in this year's draft and weigh in on where the team could turn with Alex Smith solidifying the team's QB position.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
Redskins safety Su'a Cravens has applied for reinstatement off the reserve/left squad list, a source confirmed. The NFL Network first reported the news. It's just a formality as his agent had said in a December press release that after seeing a concussion specialist, Cravens was cleared to return to football and was looking forward to the 2018 season "and many years to follow." There's a good chance Cravens will play somewhere other than Washington in 2018.
In turning from Cousins to Smith -- once the trade is made official on March 14 -- the Redskins go from one hotly debated quarterback to another.
Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer
THIS is how an Eagles fan can show love but still burn an NFC East rival. Love ya Alex Smith, but I been bleeding green for a long time.
Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer
New Washington Redskins QB Alex Smith tells me how golf might be harder than football.
Alex Smith says he's excited to play for the Redskins and that desite the fact he'll turn 34 in May he doesn't see retirement on the horizon.
William Weinbaum ESPN
Minor league baseball executive Mike Veeck, whose father Bill owned the Cleveland Indians when they adopted the Chief Wahoo logo in 1947, told Outside the Lines he's pleased it's going away and he thinks Washington should ditch the Redskins name. "It's time for a change and I don't get the ‘historic meaning' argument...what's wrong with correcting a bad idea?"
No, the Redskins aren't getting a top-tier QB in Alex Smith. But he has been a solid starter and is less expensive than the unproven Jimmy Garoppolo.
Were quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Redskins truly invested in each other? It's hard to tell -- and that was the problem.
The Redskins have been a middle-of-the-road team for a couple years now. They at least, however, settled their QB situation in trading for Alex Smith.
Picking speedy Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith makes sense if the Redskins seek a younger, cheaper alternative to Zach Brown.
One of the wildest NFL offseasons is just getting started. And the guy who will benefit the most could start a bidding war. Here's what's next for Cousins and the rest of the QBs on the market.
The Redskins' coveted QB holds leverage that would make it almost impossible for Washington to deal the pending free agent this offseason.