Sources: GM no longer part of Redskins’ calls

Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan is no longer involved in the team’s decision-making as his future with the organization remains in question, multiple sources told ESPN.

One source with intimate knowledge of McCloughan’s situation said his agent, Peter Schaffer, will meet with the Redskins soon to discuss the matter.

The Redskins’ recent moves, from giving coach Jay Gruden an extension to re-signing Vernon Davis and using the exclusive tag on Kirk Cousins, were made without McCloughan’s input. Gruden received a contract extension Saturday and Davis re-signed Wednesday. The team placed the tag on Cousins last week.

McCloughan was responsible for setting the team’s free-agent board, and many of the personnel priorities certainly would have been discussed with him earlier in the offseason. Regardless, his job status has been an ongoing topic, with multiple reports suggesting a resolution would occur shortly after the draft at…