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Redskins Could Franchise Tag Kirk Cousins



The Kirk Cousins Saga in Washington may be far from over, even though the Redskins acquired quarterback Alex Smith to take the leading role for the team next season.

While teams such as the Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns, New York Jets and others are eyeing Cousins to hit the open market, creating one heck of a bidding war, the Redskins may have different plans.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Redskins could use the franchise tag on Cousins, forcing interested teams to negotiate a trade with the team to acquire the veteran signal caller.

USA Today’s Mike Jones also reported that this scenario is a possibility, say that internal discussions have taken place to discuss this particular scenario.

Cousins could complicate things should the Redskins decide to go this route. Cousins could delay signing the franchise tender which would slow trade talks and put a $34M cap number on the team, prohibiting Washington in the process.

Cousins could also refuse to negotiate a long term deal with any interested team, controlling the outcome in a way.

In doing this, the Redskins would lose to right to receive a 2019 compensatory draft pick.

Needless to say there are a lot of different ways that things could play out as the Kirk Cousins saga in Washington continues to play out.

New Orleans Saints

Saints Sign Marshall Newhouse



Marshall Newhouse

The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse, according to SiriusXM’s Adam Caplan.

Newhouse was acquired, via trade, from the Buffalo Bills for a conditional 2021 seventh-round pick last season.

Newhouse went on to play in 11 games for the Saints in 2018.

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Atlanta Falcons

Falcons’ Steven Means Out for Season



Steven Means

Atlanta Falcons defensive end Steven Means will miss the entire 2019 season due to an Achilles injury, according to an official team announcement.

Means started 4 of the 8 games he played with the Falcons last season, leading the team to bring him back via a one-year extension this offseason.

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Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals Sign Terrell McClain



Terrell McClain

The Arizona Cardinals have signed defensive tackle Terrell McClain to a one-year deal, according to ESPN’s Vaughn McClure.

McClure spent last season with the Atlanta Falcons, starting 5 of the 13 games he played in.

McClure is familiar with Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph.

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