The latest episode of the Washington Redskins drama could be called "Let's Make a Deal."

When last we checked on ongoing soap opera in the nation's capital, coach Mike Shanahan had shut down gold-plated superstar quarterback Robert Griffin III (a.k.a. RG3) for the season and replaced him with tin-plated no-nickname signal-caller Kirk Cousins.

On Friday, Shanahan revealed his master plan to a D.C. radio station: He's going to use the three games left in the season to showcase Cousins, turn him into trade gold, and transform the 2012 fourth-round pick into a 2014 first-rounder.

So watch out, Falcons. You too, Cowboys and Giants. KC 2.0 is coming.

Belcher exhumed. Former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher's body has been exhumed from a Long Island cemetery by his family, more than a year after he killed his girlfriend and himself, according to the Kansas City Star. His brain will be examined for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative condition linked to repeated concussions.

McCluster: No MRSA. Tests showed that Chiefs wide receiver Dexter McCluster, sidelined after developing an infected cut on his ankle, has tested negative for the flesh-eating bacteria MRSA, the team said.

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This article contains information from the AP.