Enough with the games, Las Vegas says Kirk Cousins should end the nonsense and uncertainty and officially narrow down his list to three teams the moment free agency begins. The Jets are one of a half of a dozen or so teams that have shown interest in Cousins, and they're reportedly not adverse to making him extremely rich.
Kirk Cousins is set to hit free agency and start a bidding war unlike anything the National Football League has ever seen, and he may have dropped a hint about his ultimate destination. Cousins' sister lives in the "Phoenix area", which supposedly will be a factor in Cousins' decision.More news: Microsoft's Slack competitor is getting Cortana integration and message translation
Last year Cousins threw for 4,093 yards with 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions for the Washington Redskins. "After calling Washington home for the past six years, the team has chose to move on to another option and, in turn, my family and I will be moving on as well".
In his letter, Cousins touched on the positive memories of playing in Washington. Coach Gruden, Bruce Allen, Dan Snyder. My family and I will always have a piece of Washington deep in our hearts.More news: Cameron Diaz Has Retired From Acting, Says Selma Blair
"Knowing I will not be putting on a Redskins jersey next season, it's hard to look back on all that's taken place and not be emotional", Cousins wrote. "I now leave as a husband of four years to my wife, Julie, and a father to my son, Cooper - but still with lots to learn and prove". Thank you all for the opportunity you gave me. In the tags below the text, the words "Vikings" and "Jets" were both included- but a few minutes later, "Vikings" and "Jets" were removed from the post.
At least that's the beauty in the details when it comes to Kirk Cousins, who wrote a goodbye note to Washington, the only franchise for which he's played.More news: Bradenton's gas prices are nearly a nickel cheaper this week
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