• Report: Kirk Cousins could be traded to 49ers
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    Report: Kirk Cousins could be traded to 49ers

    var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]); Multiple reports suggest the 49ers could be on the verge of acquiring their next quarterback. Depending on which report you believe, San Francisco will either be trading for Washington’s Kirk Cousins or Chicago’s Jay Cutler. NFL Network analyst Dan Jeremiah suggested the 49ers could pull off a trade for Cousins as early as next week at the NFL Combine. “I would not be shocked at all if we saw a Kirk Cousins to San Francisco trade go down at that point in time,” Jeremiah said on The Mighty 1090 in San Diego. “I don’t think (the Redskins) are going to be able to get a long term deal done. I would say greater than 50 percent chance he’s not with the

  • Could DeSean Jackson Be Enticing Option For Patriots In Free Agency?
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    Could DeSean Jackson Be Enticing Option For Patriots In Free Agency?

    Two questions surround the New England Patriots’ receiving corps entering the 2017 NFL offseason: 1. Will Danny Amendola restructure his contract, which is set to pay him $6 million in salary next season? 2. Will the Patriots re-sign Michael Floyd, the group’s only impending free agent? If Amendola and/or Floyd leaves town, New England could look to bring in another wideout this spring. One potentially intriguing option? DeSean Jackson, who’s set to hit the open market after spending the last three seasons with the Washington Redskins. Jackson is on the older side — he turned 30 in December and is entering his 10th year in the league — but he still possesses big-play ability. His 17.9 yards-per-catch

  • Martellus Bennett goes off on Patriots fans asking him to take a pay cut to stay
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    Martellus Bennett goes off on Patriots fans asking him to take a pay cut to stay

    Martellus Bennett, the Patriots tight end who just won his first Super Bowl, should have the ability to cash in this offseason as a free agent. Unless, of course, he’s willing to take less money to remain in New England, which is exactly what Patriots fans are hoping for. But those fans probably shouldn’t get their hopes up. Or, at the very least, they should keep those hopes to themselves, because on Wednesday, Bennett told fans to stop telling him to take a pay cut.  He did it in the most Bennett way. On Twitter, he wrote: “All I’m saying is cut your own grass don’t be all in my garden f------ with my fruit while weeds are growing all over yours.” Makes sense. He also posted this: He’s not