One of the cool aspects of Super Bowl week is radio row, as it gives so many NFL people the opportunity to talk to various radio outlets and fans get to hear from everyone of them. Washington Redskins' President Bruce Allen joined ESPN980 Wednesday on radio row and touched on a number of topics, including contract negotiations with Kirk Cousins, the status of Robert Griffin III, and Alfred Morris.
Redskins' fans everywhere believe that Cousins will be the quarterback of the team in 2016, but the question is whether he will be signed to a contract extension or extended the franchise tag.
Allen touched on the subject Wednesday and admitted that contract talks have begun with the quarterback.
“Kirk wants to be a Washington Redskin, and we want Kirk to be a Redskin,” Allen said. “It’ll work itself out.”
Obviously there were no details given by Allen in regards to what kind of numbers are being thrown around or how serious the talks are at the moment, but the fact that talks are already under way is a good thing.Read more... Join the Conversation...