ESPN's Adam Schefter suggests the Redskins wouldn't trade backup QB Kirk Cousins "for anything less than an attractive high draft pick or picks."
Cousins' stock is on the rise after going 26-of-39 for 329 yards with two touchdowns and one pick in a Week 15 spot-start win at Cleveland. But the Redskins understand the value of a quality backup when their starter is in harm's way as much as Robert Griffin III is. Cousins, a fourth-round pick in 2012, will almost certainly be back in D.C. next season. He'll cost the 'Skins just $480,000 in base salary.