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Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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Washington Redskins

Stadium: FedEx Field | Coach: Jay Gruden
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense17th97.9 (20th)255.9 (11th)
Defense28th122.6 (24th)258.0 (24th)


Sun Sep 13
L 17 - 10MIA
Sun Sep 20
W 24 - 10STL
Thu Sep 24
L 32 - 21at NYG
Sun Oct 4
W 23 - 20PHI
Sun Oct 11
L 25 - 19at ATL
Sun Oct 18
L 34 - 20at NYJ
Sun Oct 25
W 31 - 30TB
Sun Nov 8
L 27 - 10at NE
Sun Nov 15
W 47 - 14NO
Sun Nov 22
L 44 - 16at CAR
Sun Nov 29
W 20 - 14NYG
Mon Dec 7
L 19 - 16DAL
Sun Dec 13
W 24 - 21at CHI
Sun Dec 20
W 35 - 25BUF
Sat Dec 26
W 38 - 24at PHI
Sun Jan 3
W 34 - 23at DAL
Sun Jan 10
L 35 - 18GB


New York6-10-02-4-0
Redskins' Alfred Morris: Unlikely to get new contract offer
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Washington Redskins President Bruce Allen suggested that Alfred Morris won't be offered a new contract before the free agency period begins, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. "He's been incredibly productive for us," Allen said. "Free agency is going to be a great test for him. If he gets a great contract [elsewhere], we're going to applaud him. If not, we're going to see what happens with us."

Morris likely wants to test the open market, but his declining production and lack of receiving skills may ultimately lead to disappointment. While a return to Washington can't entirely be ruled out, it seems that the team is comfortable moving forward with a running back group led by Matt Jones and pass-catching specialist Chris Thompson.

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Redskins' Matt Jones: Won't necessarily be workhorse
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Jones won't necessarily be Washington's workhorse back in 2016, according to Rich Tandler of CSN Mid-Atlantic.

With Alfred Morris set to become an unrestricted free agent, there have been rumbling that Jones might step right in as a three-down workhorse next season. However, there's still some chance Washington could retain Morris, and Chris Thompson (shoulder) has proven to be a perfectly capable passing-down back. Furthermore, the team may look into external options in the draft and/or free agency. Jones had a few nice moments during his rookie season, but his ball security and elusiveness left a lot to be desired, and he doesn't run with the power that's expected of a 230-pound running back. On a more positive note, he does have phenomenal speed for his size, with solid pass-catching skills to boot. There's a lot to work on but also a lot to like.

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Redskins' Kirk Cousins: Washington GM looking for long-term deal
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Cousins, a potential free agent, is a target for a long-term deal for Washington GM Scot McLoughan, NFL Network reports.

Cousins almost certainly isn't going anywhere in 2016, as Washington can use the franchise tag should contract negotiations stall out this offseason. McLoughan praised Cousins's improvement throughout the season, but we'll have to see if it was enough for Washington to be willing to pony up the kind of $17-20 million average annual salary Cousins may require to lock up long-term.

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Redskins' Chris Thompson: Undergoing surgery on torn labrum
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Thompson will undergo surgery on the torn labrum in his left shoulder Wednesday, The Washington Times reports.

When healthy, Thompson showed off his chops as both a runner and pass-catcher this season, but a crowded backfield contained him to just 35 rushes and 35 receptions. Further hindering his overall output were injuries to his neck and shoulder that forced three DNPs over the course of the campaign, the latter of which is being remedied Wednesday. While his offseason will include rehabilitation, Washington brass must make a decision on the exclusive rights free agent as well as unrestricted free agent Alfred Morris, which will ultimately impact Thompson's potential workload in 2016.

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