The Washington Redskins are going to miss Kirk Cousins if for no other reason than they’ll have to find a new target to snipe at moving forward.
Cousins’ tenure with Washington is over and Cousins will get a very large contract to quarterback for another team in the near future. However, that didn’t stop a prominent member of the Redskins franchise taking one last shot at Cousins as he heads out the door.
Doug Williams, a Super Bowl winning quarterback with the Redskins and the team’s senior vice president of er personnel, gave his impression of Cousins’ and being unable to sign Cousins long-term deal to Tom Friend of TheSportsCapitol.com.
It wasn’t exactly glowing.
We watch opportunities that we didn’t take advantage Kyle Lowry Womens Jersey of, not the yardage, Williams said of Cousins. How many opportunities did you pass up? How many opportunities did you give your ers to make s. Little stuff like that.
But that’s what free agency is all about. You give a man an opportunity to do what he wants to do. The No. 8 era is over. We got to put that on the side and start the No. 11 or whatever era. It’s over.
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Washington erred by being cautious and waiting to offer Cousins a long-term contract. The quarterback market was always going to increase exponentially and Cousins’ over the last three years ensured he was only going to become more and more expensive to keep around. That has given Cousins the chance to hit the market and choose his destiny. It’s no wonder he’s choosing somewhere other than Washington.
Wilson, 25, had a career-high 42 catches, 554 yards and three touchdowns last season. In four seasons with the Chiefs, he had 124 catches for 1,544 yards and seven touchdowns.
One key to developing a desirable product is what the Giants do with the No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft.
Running back? Defensive end? Offensive line? All three spots are needs.
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