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NFL – Destination Kirk Cousins

After back-to-back franchise tags, Kirk Cousins and the Redskins failed to reach an agreement on a new deal, leading Washington to acquire Kansas City’s Alex Smith as his replacement.

Though the deal can’t become official until the new league year begins on March 14, the writing’s on the wall in permanent ink: Cousins is done in Washington, barring a snag in the Smith trade.

Cousins will now become one of the few productive quarterbacks to ever reach free agency, and he could be looking at a long-term deal worth more than $30 million per season.

Here we consider why Cousins might (and might not) fit with 11 teams that could have starting QB needs.

Illustrations by Brian Konnick

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