Redskins HC Jay Gruden told reporters on Wednesday that they haven’t received any calls regarding a trade for QB Kirk Cousins.
“You need two great quarterbacks,” Gruden said, per John Keim.
“The way Robert plays, you never know what can happen.”
The trade buzz regarding Cousins has died down quite a bit in recent months, so it appears as though overall interest in Cousins was overstated.
Washington was reportedly seeking a second-round pick in return for Cousins, but that seemed to be a pretty high asking price for a guy hasn’t shown all that much in the NFL.
Cousins, 25, appeared in five games for the Redskins last year and completed 52.3 percent of his passes for 854 yards, four touchdowns and seven interceptions. He started Washington’s final three games of the season after the team elected to bench Robert Griffin III, but they wound up losing all three contests.