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So why did the Redskins want Kirk Cousins?

One of the strangest decisions of draft weekend came early in round four, when the Redskins selected former Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins. With three first-round picks and a second-round pick shipped to St. Louis for the ability to take Robert Griffin III via pick No. 2 and $36 million in cap space gone for…
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Kirk Cousins Wise to Avoid QB Competition with RGIII

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL (3 years ago)

The Washington Redskins surprised everyone by selecting quarterback Kirk Cousins in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL draft after taking Robert Griffin III with the No. 2 pick. So far, the Michigan State product is saying all the rig... Read Post

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Top Prospects, Projections Before Super Bowl

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL (4 hours ago)

Sometimes the best picks in the NFL draft's first round aren't the sexy ones. Fans love when their team selects the strong-armed quarterback or big-play wide receiver, but those skill positions wouldn't be able to function without a... Read Post

Kirk Cousins: Rookie QB Validates Questionable Draft Pick with Impressive Win

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL (2 years ago)

"With the 102nd pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins select Kirk Cousins, quarterback, Michigan State." Huh? When the Redskins used a fourth-round—ask the Seattle Seahawks, who took K.J. Wright in the fourth round las... Read Post


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