With the NFL Combine in full bore and the 2014 Draft only months away, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports ponders if Kirk Cousins could even garner a 3rd-round pick on the trade market.
Kirk Cousins took to the D.C. airwaves Friday to clarify his position of wanting to be traded, while still adding that he’d “love to be able to prove people wrong” about him as a starting quarterback … somewhere.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated thinks it’s absurd of the Redskins to think they’ll get a 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft in exchange for Kirk Cousins … but he does think they can get a 1st-round pick in 2015′s draft for him.
Kirk Cousins confirmed to Sirius XM on Wednesday that he’s open to being traded by the Redskins.
A report that Kirk Cousins would be open to a trade to get out from behind Robert Griffin III’s shadow with the Washington Redskins should come as no surprise.
Though he won’t be eligible to be traded until March 11, Redskins backup quarterback Kirk Cousins is open to the idea, according to an ESPN report published Sunday.
RGIII is the appropriate place to start the review of the disaster that was Washington’s 2013 season, otherwise known as the biggest collapse in Redskins history or ‘The Poseidon Adventure.’
Mike Shanahan has made many questionable decisions during his tenure with the organization, but the bottom line is he hasn’t won consistently enough to warrant another year on the job.
Kirk Cousins couldn’t deliver wins against the Atlanta Falcons or Dallas Cowboys and saved his least eyebrow raising performance for the season finale against the New York Giants.
Kurt Warner says there are too many mitigating circumstances surrounding Robert Griffin III’s play this season not to trust that he’ll return to his Rookie of the Year form next season, but that doesn’t mean he’s counting Kirk Cousins out either.