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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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