Kirk Cousins asks for trade from Washington, according to report

Kirk Cousins asks for trade from Washington, according to report

Washington already made an unprecedented move this offseason by placing its exclusive franchise tag on quarterback Kirk Cousins for the second consecutive year, becoming the first team in National Football League history to do so.

The Redskins recently applied the franchise tag to Cousins for 2017, but have not been able to work out what would likely be a lucrative long term deal. The team could trade for him, but as Jennifer Chan reported last month, Dan Snyder's distaste for the Shanahan family might prevent that from happening. It's the first time in history a team has used the franchise tag twice on the same quarterback. Given how badly things have been managed by the Redskins front office, it seems like Cousins would be more than fine leaving the franchise, and the 49ers are reportedly his preferred destination thanks to Head Coach Kyle Shanahan.

Cousins is coming off a solid season in which he threw for a career-high 4,917 yards with 25 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions as the Redskins finished 8-7-1 and failed to make the playoffs. But that's apparently what's going in Washington, where quarterback Kirk Cousins asked Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to trade, per ESPN.

Again, the Redskins don't have to deal Cousins.

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When it comes to the 49ers' salary cap space, the team already saved a bit of money by having former quarterback Colin Kaepernick opt out of his contract.

So, what would the Washington Redskins gain in a possible Kirk Cousins-49ers trade? Any trade offers from the 49ers side would be low-balls, along the lines of a third round pick.

"I was talking to the Redskins yesterday and they said, "We are not trading Kirk Cousins, '" Schefter said".

The Washington Redskins are raising the bar on their own dysfunction.