Washington remains engaged with Kirk Cousins on a long-term contract.
While Bruce Allen remains optimistic, he knows there might not be much movement for another two months.
Washington and Cousins have until July 15th to agree upon a long-term deal.
"There’s been constant dialogue," Allen said at the Redskins Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament at Army Navy Country Club. "I don’t want to say it’s every day. I do believe the July 15 league deadline will be the driving point, but it’s ongoing."
Cousins will make $24 million in guaranteed money this season if he plays under the franchise tag.
"I'm always an optimist," he said. "Even Kirk said it, there's a lot of players in the league on one-year deals. It’s the nature of it. We’d like to get a long-term deal and he should want to get a long-term deal."