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Washington Redskins not Expecting TE Niles Paul (Ankle) to Participate at OTAs

Washington Redskins TE Niles Paul, who missed all of the 2015 season with an ankle injury, will not participate in drills until training camp this summer.

Washington Redskins Putting All Their Chips on Matt Jones to Be Their Top RB

The Washington Redskins are banking on Matt Jones to be their "bellcow" back to the point where they have not brought in any replacements for the departed Alfred Morris.

Redskins Re-Sign LB Junior Galette, OL Josh LeRibeus; Add S David Bruton

The Washington Redskins have come to terms with OG Josh LeRibeus, LB Junior Galette and also signed free agent safety David Bruton.

Washington Redskins Re-Sign Free Agent CB Will Blackmon to a Two-Year Deal

Veteran cornerback Will Blackmon, the former Boston College star and New York Giant, has been signed to a two-year contract by the Washington Redskins.

Washington Redskins Re-Sign TE Logan Paulsen, Reel in DL Kendall Reyes

The Washington Redskins have re-signed TE Logan Paulsen and signed free agent DL Kendall Reyes, formerly of the San Diego Chargers.

Washington Redskins Re-sign Colt McCoy, Duke Ihenacho, Mason Foster in Free Agency

The Washington Redskins spent the first day of free agency doing some housekeeping, signing four of their own free agents including backup QB Colt McCoy and LB Mason Foster.

Washington Redskins Release RGIII, DL Jason Hatcher; Chris Long Visiting

The Washington Redskins have released QB Robert Griffin III and veteran DL Jason Hatcher and announced that former Rams DE Chris Long was coming in for a visit.

Alfred Morris Bids Adieu to Redskins; ERFA Chris Thompson Receives Tender

The Washington Redskins are prepared to let RB Alfred Morris hit the free agency market this week, but at the same time tendered ERFA RB Chris Thompson.

QB Robert Griffin III Hoping to Revive Career and Has the Houston Texans in Mind

Robert Griffin III's fate with the Washington Redskins will be determined in the next few days, leaving him a free agent to sign with any team that is willing to take a chance on him.

You Like That: Kirk Cousins Signs One-Year, $19.953 Million Franchise Tender

The Washington Redskins signed franchise player QB Kirk Cousins to a one-year, $19.953 million contract, keeping him in D.C. for at least 2016 and possibly beyond.