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Teammate thinks Denver’s the destination for Kirk Cousins

Soon-to-be free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins is about to get rich(er) because there are multiple teams who want him. But one of his recent Washington teammates thinks one team in particular may have an edge in the pursuit. During an appearance on NFL Network, Washington safety D.J. Swearinger thinks the Broncos have both the cash [more]

Momentum builds for the Jets making a run at Kirk Cousins

A report emerged Monday that the Jets will pay “whatever it takes” to land quarterback Kirk Cousins. Brian Costello of the New York Post has tried to make “whatever” more tangible. Costello explains, based on the beliefs of “many people,” that “whatever” could become a five-year, $150 million offer, with a “good chunk” of it [more]

Silas Redd trying to pull a Jarryd Hayne in reverse by playing rugby league

Former Rugby League star Jarryd Hayne declared his intentions to come to the United States to pursue an NFL career in late 2014 and found himself as a member of the San Francisco 49ers the following spring. Now former NFL running back Silas Redd is looking to do the opposite. Redd has relocated to Australia [more]

D.J. Swearinger still insists team will miss Kendall Fuller but is “moving forward”

D.J. Swearinger probably still isn’t happy with the team’s trade of cornerback Kendall Fuller, but the Washington safety is “moving forward.” Swearinger went on a Twitter rant after Washington’s deal for Alex Smith was reported during Super Bowl week. He openly criticized the trade of Fuller, something he now says he didn’t handle “the correct [more]

Report: Jets will pay “whatever it takes” to get Kirk Cousins

The Jets apparently want Kirk Cousins. They apparently want him badly enough that they’re willing to break the bank for him. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, the Jets are “willing to pay whatever it takes” to get him. This report comes amid a belief that the Jets may be willing to fully guarantee Cousins’ [more]

NFL should open trade window earlier

The window for making trade in the NFL closes on the Tuesday after Week Eight. It opens on the first day of the league year. It should open sooner than that. That’s not simply because teams should have the ability at any time to make a trade (although they should). It’s because there’s no reason [more]

Vikings’ new offensive coordinator praises Kirk Cousins

The bad news for the Vikings is that their three veteran quarterbacks are due to hit the open market. The good news is that the Vikings can sign any quarterback they want, whether he played for the team last year or didn’t. The best news could be the Kirk Cousins is one of those available [more]

CBA gives Kirk Cousins an immediate path to checkmate, if Washington tags him again

A.J. McCarron may not be the only quarterback who secures his freedom via the NFL’s grievance process. Albert Breer of SI.com reports that, if Washington applies the franchise tag to Kirk Cousins for a third straight year, “his camp will quickly file a grievance to block the tag, based on Washington violating the spirit of [more]

Will Kirk Cousins get a fully-guaranteed contract?

In each of the past two years, Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins has signed fully-guaranteed contracts. Of course, those contracts had a duration of only one year each. With Cousins rocketing toward the open market (efforts by his current team to conjure up a way to trade him notwithstanding), the question becomes whether the next contract [more]

Until he re-signs, Brees is the top free-agent quarterback

Most regard Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins as the best available free-agent quarterback. And that probably will be the case, when March 14 rolls around. For now, however, there’s an even better quarterback set to hit the open market. It’s Drew Brees. Signed to a six-year, $60 million deal by the Saints 12 years ago as [more]

DeAngelo Hall: Su’a Cravens has a lot to prove if he’s serious about a return

Safety Su'a Cravens must regain the trust of his teammates if he returns to the Washington locker room, teammate DeAngelo Hall said Friday. “I definitely think there’s room for Su’a on this roster, but he has to prove to the guys in that locker room that he’s here for the right reasons, you know what [more]

Junior Galette thinks he’s entering market as “elite” rusher

Washington gave Junior Galette three years worth of prove-it deals. Now they’re providing a clear path to the door. The veteran pass-rusher said during an interview with 106.7 The Fan that he expected to test free agency this year, since he hasn’t had an offer so far from the Washington front office. “I haven’t spoken [more]

What will Washington do with Kirk Cousins?

One of the Super Bowl Sunday splash reports suggested that Washington will consider using the franchise tag on quarterback Kirk Cousins, as part of a plan to try to trade him. Although no plan premised on the franchise tag or the transition tag makes sense for Washington, nothing stops them from considering it. As one [more]

Browns one of multiple teams using Scot McCloughan’s scouting service

Former Washington G.M. Scot McCloughan has remained busy after being fired by the team last year. He quickly relaunched his scouting service — and he continues to operate his scouting service now. Contrary to the impression created by a report that surfaced prior to the Super Bowl, McCloughan hasn’t limited himself to the Browns or [more]

Joe Thomas joins in on Kirk Cousins pursuit

Browns left tackle Joe Thomas isn’t going to let Von Miller corner the market on quarterback-lobbying. Thomas put in his pitch to soon-to-be free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins, tweeting to him that Cleveland would be a lovely place to play some football, raise a family, and gain immortality. Thomas initially tweeted out: “I hear Cleveland [more]

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