• Report: Cousins won't sign with Redskins before getting tagged
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    Report: Cousins won't sign with Redskins before getting tagged

    The good news for the 2016 Redskins was that they didn’t collapse after winning the division the previous season as has been their pattern in the past. The bad news was that they didn’t take the next step and improve from a franchise that can compete to make the playoffs into one that is playing multiple postseason games year in and year out. That work begins right now for Jay Gruden, Scot McCloughan and the players. In the coming weeks, Redskins reporters Rich Tandler and JP Finlay will examine the biggest questions facing the Redskins as another offseason gets rolling. Will the Redskins go with a defensive player in the first round of the 2017 Draft? Finlay: The Redskins haven't drafted a defensive

  • Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Shows Off New Boat Named ‘VII Rings’
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    Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Shows Off New Boat Named ‘VII Rings’

    The New England Patriots capped off their 2016 season with a miraculous victory in Super Bowl LI. To celebrate the incredible win, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick got himself a new boat, which he boastfully named “VII Rings.” The Patriots’ miraculous comeback victory on Feb. 5 marked the fifth Super Bowl win for Belichick as New England’s head coach. He’d also won two Lombardi Trophies with the New York Giants (Super Bowl XXI, XXV) as the team’s defensive coordinator. Belichick’s previous boat, “VI Rings,” was donated to Sail Newport, a non-profit educational organization. The boat had previously been named “V Rings,” but was in need of some updating following the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX

  • How Victor Cruz spends his money
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    How Victor Cruz spends his money

    Victor Cruz doesn't want to end up being a statistic. Cruz was released by the New York Giants on Monday. The good news is that he's been careful about his money since the start of his career. He may not be heading into retirement any time soon, but the wide receiver has been planning for it so that he won't end up broke, the way other players do. It all started with his first NFL paycheck in 2010. "Oh man. I remember holding it up into the light and making sure it was real. Kind of hiding it like is everybody else seeing this?" Cruz said. "It was definitely a moment where I knew things were different and where I had to take care of this and make sure I make this forever and ever and ever and