Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reports Kirk Cousins will not sign a long-term deal prior to the March 1 deadline for the Redskins to apply the franchise tag.
MMQB's Albert Breer believes the Rams could be a player for Kirk Cousins if things don't work out with Jared Goff in 2017.
ESPN's Jason Reid reports "former Redskins officials who know Kirk Cousins" have said Cousins doesn't want to be in Washington and would prefer to be franchise-tagged rather than sign a long-term deal.
The Washington Post reports the Redskins have yet to make progress in long-term talks with free agent Kirk Cousins.
ESPN's John Keim reports "multiple people who know" new 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan believe he will "be tempted" by free agent Kirk Cousins.
According to ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim, there's a "good chance" free agent Kirk Cousins will command a pricier contract than Andrew Luck.
The Washington Post considers the franchise tag a "high likelihood" for free agent Kirk Cousins.
Redskins president Bruce Allen said he is "sure" the team and impending free agent Kirk Cousins will "come to an agreement."
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the 49ers remain "very high" on free agent Kirk Cousins, but that the Redskins are ready to use the franchise tag and engage in "lucrative" long-term talks.
Speaking in a Thursday radio interview, free agent Kirk Cousins said "it's good to be wanted" when asked about the 49ers' reported interest.
Speaking Thursday, free agent Kirk Cousins said he would be willing to play under the franchise tag for the second consecutive year in 2017.
Redskins president Bruce Allen said the "goal" is a "long-term" deal with impending free agent Kirk Cousins.
Impending free agent Kirk Cousins was noncommittal when asked about re-signing with the Redskins.
Redskins team president Bruce Allen was adamant on Tuesday that free agent Kirk Cousins isn't going anywhere.