It may be Johnathan Hankins or bust for Washington.

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER, 14: New York Giants defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins (95) forces a fumble when he nailed Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (10) during fourth quarter action on December 14, 2014 in East Rutherford, NJ. (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
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Trading down could help the team recoup the third-round pick it gave up in the Alex Smith trade.

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Shanahan has since come around on Jimmy Garoppolo after 49ers' midseason trade.

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No player ever has been on the free agent market with as much leverage as Cousins, so it will be difficult for others to cite his unique deal as a precedent.

Alex Smith executed several run-pass option play concepts with the Chiefs last season.

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It may be Johnathan Hankins or bust for Washington.

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The Washington Redskins brought in two new players during this offseason that both immediately touted the opportunity to win as a reason they picked the organization. The team seems to be in a win-now mode despite making the playoffs just twice in the last eight seasons.

Despite the Cowboys granting his release, the 31-year-old corner took the outcome as a slight.

Washington hasn't drafted a running back in the first two rounds since Ladell Betts in 2002.

Said Williams: ¡°What Alex is going to bring to us is an element of good leadership. And you can tell because the first thing he talked about was the locker room.¡±

The Washington Redskins have signed cornerback Orlando Scandrick to a two-year contract worth a maximum of $10 million, a person familiar with the deal has confirmed.

Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden is looking forward to using new quarterback Alex Smith's versatility to incorporate more run-pass options into the offense.

Washington's search for help at cornerback and defensive tackle continues as free agency enters Day 5.

Washington¡¯s decision-makers began discussing the possibility of acquiring the Chiefs¡¯ quarterback during the first round of the playoffs.

Washington's new deep threat has connections with former receivers Jackson and Pierre Garcon.

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