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Later this afternoon, a number of Redskins will become free agents. Who are they and who's got a chance of re-signing at a later date?
The media is having a snide field day with Redskins' quarterback Kirk Cousins, an unapologetic Christian who's taken a biblical approach to future NFL draft pick and self-outed gay Michael Sam by saying simply: Yes, I'd embrace him on my team. But I'd like to lead him to Jesus.
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The Redskins have a traceable commodity in backup QB Kirk Cousins. Should they replenish their depleted draft stock or keep Cousins around as insurance? Tandler and Tarik debate the question.
When the music finally stopped, Kyle Shanahan found a chair. Now that Shanahan has landed in Cleveland, will he try to bring Kirk Cousins with him?