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Cutdown tracker: WR Austin released

Cutdown tracker: WR Austin released

Updated 9:36 a.m.Cuts known so far:12
To go: 9Here are the players who have been released so far. Unless noted, the sources are multiple media reports.C Erik Cook
QB Jonathan Crompton
CB Travon Bellamy
RB Tristan Davis
OT Willie Smith--Mike Jones, Washington Post
DE Doug Worthington--Chuck Carroll, 106.7 The Fan
OL Grant Gardner--Chris Russell, ESPN 980
LB Bryan Kehl--Zach Boyer, Fredricksburg Free Lance-Star (confirmed by Kehl via text to a reporter; also notes that Kehl could be traded)
OT Tom Compton--Rich Campbell Washington Times
NT Devlin Johnson
WR Terrence Austin--Chris Russell
CB Brandyn Thompson--Grant Paulsen, 106.7 The FanSome bubble players have been informed that they will make the team:LB Chris Wilson--Zac Boyer
LB Keenan Robinson --Zac Boyer
OL Adam Gettis--Rich CampbellAlso, per , the Redskins have informed LB Bryan Kehl that he will be released if the Redskins can't trade him.Keep checking back here or refreshing this page all day to see the latest news.

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Memorial Day Reflection: Kirk Cousins appreciates the cost of freedom

Memorial Day Reflection: Kirk Cousins appreciates the cost of freedom

On Memorial Day, people all over the United States stop to reflect on the freedoms provided for by the military. Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins is no different.

"So grateful for living in this country and understanding that that came at a price and I just want to say thank you," Cousins said.

Speaking after an OTA session last week with military members in attendance, Cousins explained that he appreciates the added sense of history and obligation that comes from living in and around D.C.

"It’s a good reminder why it’s such a benefit to play here in Washington. It just feels like it’s that much more real with Andrews Air Force Base here and so many soldiers here. There’s something special about playing for the city of Washington, D.C. and driving 30 minutes into the city and going by the White House and the Pentagon and the monuments."

The Redskins hosted military members from multiple branches at their OTAs, and afterwards, Cousins and a numbr of other players signed autographs. 

"You say ‘Man, I want to give these soldiers, these fans something to cheer about and make them excited and bring this city together.' Hopefully winning football games can do that. What a great thing. That’s the vision we’re chasing," the Redskins passer said. "Hopefully we can get it done this season."


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Need to Know:How do the Redskins stack up in the NFC East?

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Need to Know:How do the Redskins stack up in the NFC East?

Here is what you need to know on this Monday, May 29, 15 days before the Washington Redskins start their mandatory minicamp on June 13.


Days until:

—Training camp starts (7/27) 59
—Preseason opener @ Ravens (8/10) 73
—Season opener Eagles @ Redskins (9/10) 104

How do the Redskins stack up against the rest of the NFC East?

A few words on the state of the NFC East and how the Redskins stack up to their rivals after all of them had active offseasons. 

Need to Know Monday 05.29.17

Need to Know for Monday, 05.29.17

Posted by Rich Tandler on Monday, May 29, 2017

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