Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen insisted Tuesday that "no conversations" have taken place on a potential trade for quarterback Kirk Cousins, but the phone is now ringing.
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Mark Maske of The Washington Post reported Thursday that Robert Griffin III's backup has drawn interest from several teams. The 'Skins are content to keep him around, but Cousins needs to be added to the growing list of veteran passers ripe to be moved during this week's draft.
Tampa Bay's Mike Glennon, New England's Ryan Mallett and even Sam Bradford of the Rams have been whispered about as trade fodder.
Cousins has served as a workmanlike fill-in for Griffin over the past two seasons, but we wouldn't expect him to net anything more than a fourth-round pick, maybe a third if someone's feeling frisky.
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