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Will the Redskins trade Kirk Cousins before this year's trade deadline?
No, his tag number is too rich to move
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No, the Redskins still want to keep him and will try again next offseason
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 37%  [ 10 ]
No, no one else thinks he is worth it either
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Yes, might as well get some return value before he bolts or forces his way out
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Yes, he clearly doesn't want to be in DC
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Slateman


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

brseahawks wrote:
scar988 wrote:
They don't want him there. HE doesn't want to be their. Get the 49ers first rounder and be done with it.


Why should the 49ers do that? The 49ers lack the talent and depth to even dream of getting out of NFC West and while Cousins would help in that department, it would still be a long shot. They can wait and pick a QB in next year's draft or they can wait and sign Cousins and trade down a likely-to-be very high first round pick to a QB hungry team.

These types of moves are much stronger for contenders than for teams that are still building something.

I think they should tank the season, go 0-16, sign Cousins, trade down for some team that wants Darnold or any other coveted QB, add multiple firsts and multiple second rounds and make good use of that to add to that offensive line, secondary and receiving corps.


Exactly. Plus, any leverage the Redskins have was lost after the draft. Their best option would have been to trade him to a team that is a QB short of the playoffs, like a Houston or Denver.
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