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3-13, 4th in NFC East

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The breakdown for corner Kendall Fuller's contract -- the biggest one handed out by the Redskins thus far: 4 years; $23.5 million in total guarantees and a $12.5 million signing bonus. He'll count $4.125 million vs. the cap in 2020; $13.125 million in '22; $11.125 million in '23 and $11.625 million in '24. His $10 million base salary next season becomes fully guaranteed on the third day of the 2021 league year. The numbers are per ESPN's Roster Management System.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

After trading corner Quinton Dunbar Monday, the Redskins now need more depth at the position. As of now, they have not been in contact with former Redskin corner Bashaud Breeland, per source. He might be an option much later, but not now. Logan Ryan remains available, though his asking price has been too high for teams. They do have newly signed Kendall Fuller, Fabian Moreau, Jimmy Moreland, Greg Stroman and Danny Johnson. The first two would be tops on the list as of now, but they do need more.

What's next for Cam Newton after Panthers' release? (1:08)
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5dJohn Keim

Agent: Time for Skins to trade or cut Williams

The agent for Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams told ESPN that it is time for the team to trade or release his client.

Could we see a reunion of Newton and Rivera? (1:24)
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6dBrady Henderson

Source: Seahawks acquire CB Quinton Dunbar

Quinton Dunbar, who had 37 tackles and four interceptions in 11 games with Washington last season, will add to the Seahawks' reshaped defensive backfield and close out the last year of a contract that has a base salary of $3.25 million.

Panthers trading Allen leaves Cam in limbo (0:53)
Redskins' trade for Allen is all about Haskins (0:46)
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6dJohn Keim

Redskins release S Nicholson as retool continues

Montae Nicholson, released on Monday by the Redskins, started 26 games for Washington the past three seasons, but he struggled at times with injuries and off-field issues.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins released safety Montae Nicholson, ending a three-year association filled with both promise and frustration. Nicholson flashed as a fourth-round rookie in 2017, but injuries and off-field issues led the organization to desire other options. The Redskins signed safety Sean Davis last week and could still add another player at this spot. They also released corners Breon Borders, Kayvon Webster, Dee Delaney and Coty Sensabaugh.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins wanted to add a quarterback who could start if needed, but who also knew how to handle a backup role. They weren't going to add someone just because they knew Scott Turner's offense. But in landing Kyle Allen, they get someone who has started 13 games in his first two seasons in Turner's offense. Allen can compete with Dwayne Haskins for the job, but also provide a knowledgeable voice in the meeting rooms -- and, perhaps, help him in the absence of offseason workouts.


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

After a failed run at receiver Amari Cooper, the Redskins' free agent approach has been to add depth and low risk contracts. But definite needs remain.

Why the Redskins were conservative in free agency (1:01)
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10dJordan Raanan

Source: Giants, QB McCoy agree on 1-year deal

Colt McCoy is in line to be the Giants' backup quarterback after reaching agreement on a one-year deal that includes $1.5 million guaranteed, a source confirmed to ESPN.

Team Stats

Passing Yards175.832nd
Rushing Yards98.922nd
Points For16.632nd
Points Against27.2