Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said franchise-tagged QB Kirk Cousins will be with the team "a long time."
Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said contract negotiations with franchise-tagged QB Kirk Cousins have been "positive."
Speaking in an interview with Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, Redskins GM Scot McCloughan hinted he'll let Kirk Cousins play out 2016 under the franchise tag.
The Redskins expect to resume long-term talks with Kirk Cousins after free agency dies down.
Profootballtalk reports Kirk Cousins will be a full participant in the Redskins' offseason program.
Redskins signed franchise player QB Kirk Cousins to a one-year, $19.953 million contract.
Redskins assigned the non-exclusive franchise tag to QB Kirk Cousins.
The Washington Post's Mike Jones reports the Redskins will continue to discuss a long-term deal with impending free agent Kirk Cousins through Tuesday's deadline to use the franchise tag.
FOXSports' Mike Garafolo reports the Redskins offered Kirk Cousins $15 million annually.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Redskins are keeping "all options open" with Kirk Cousins.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Redskins will place either the franchise tag or transition tag on free agent Kirk Cousins.
"People familiar with his thinking" tell the Washington Post free agent Kirk Cousins won't protest if franchise tagged.
Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said impending free agent Kirk Cousins wants to stay in Washington.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports there "will be no long-term deal now nor anytime soon" coming from the Redskins for free agent Kirk Cousins.