In Washington, Kirk Cousins, left, is behind Robert Griffin III on the depth chart at quarterback. (Scott Cunningham / Getty Images)
Does Kirk Cousins want out of Washington?
According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the former Michigan State standout quarterback is open to being traded since the team has made it clear Robert Griffin III is the starting quarterback.
Schefter speculates the Cleveland Browns could be a possible landing spot for Cousins, who’s played eight games in his two-year career.
Kyle Shanahan soon will be named Browns offensive coordinator. He is the son of former Washington coach Mike Shanahan.
Schefter reports Cousins, 25, is not eligible to be traded until March 11, but that Washington is expected to receive calls from multiple teams.