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Kirk Cousins appealed personally to owner Dan Snyder for a trade but was basically told not to get his hopes up, per sources.
A report claiming that the franchise quarterback wants out shouldn't be surprising, given the circumstances, but it certainly doesn't help the team as it tries to lure free agents and resign current players. What this means is that Cousins' salary will be roughly $24 million for the 2017 National Football League season.
There are still speculations, though, that Cousins could still end up with the Niners next season as his former offensive coach, Kyle Shanahan, is now the Niners' head coach.
The San Francisco 49ers have bene viewed as the destination of choice for Cousins, but with the exclusive tag, he remains unattainable. Yes, the franchise could use the transition tag on him (and commit to paying him $28 million for another year) so they have right of first refusal.
New GOP bill to replace Obamacare is leaked
In their place, the bill would establish a new tax on employees for the value of generous employer health benefits. They risk alienating Trump's loyal base - a prospect many lawmakers do not take lightly.
So for the second-straight season, Cousins is expected to play under the franchise tag, which comes with a one-year, $23.9 million contract.
The 49ers put finding a quarterback at the top of their off-season to-do list after Colin Kapernick opted out of his contract.
Named to the Pro Bowl, Cousins threw for 4,917 yards and 25 touchdowns last season. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that there's no truth to a deal with San Francisco being deep in the Red-Zone. That's when the Redskins would have the most leverage because a team that missed on a quarterback in free agency would be more desperate and willing to part with more draft picks. It's not a plan guaranteed to work out, but it's one that seems to have a little more upside than others.
Ibrahimovic was yesterday banned for three games for retaliating to the stamp with an elbow to the head of the 23-year-old. A more severe punishment could also rule him out of the Cherries' fixtures with Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
It is the largest criminal penalty in USA history in an export control or sanctions case, government officials say. In addition, it was charged in connection with 283 shipments of telecommunications equipment to North Korea.
The Vikings and Colts finished in a tie for draft positioning which resulted in the coin toss at the Combine on Friday. The gift of Bradford will keep on giving next year, when the Eagles will get Minnesota's fourth round selection, too.
The in-form striker stole the show once again for Spurs as he netted a brace in a game that had the two top goalscorers on show. Tottenham will be looking for their ninth home win on the trot, which would be a Premier League record.
The businessman added it is unclear what other companies might participate or what demand would exist for the wall's cement. The agency won't post a formal request for bids until March 6, with conceptual designs due on March 10.
The German government will also talk about both Egypt and Tunisia taking back asylum-seekers who have been rejected in Germany. The trip is part of a larger diplomatic push by Merkel, who previous year visited Mali, Niger and Ethiopia.
Caterpillar spokeswoman Corrie Scott said in an emailed statement that the company was cooperating with authorities. News of the searches sent Caterpillar shares tumbling more than 4 percent on US stock exchanges within hours.
Judging by the first single of her upcoming album, Melodrama, the answer is absolutely. "I have not played it to many people". Lorde's new song might have come after a four-year hiatus, but it sounds both fresh and familiar.
Ibrahimovic is not only United's most potent attacking threat, he's also crucial to the cause for his impact in the dressing room. The Swede has been Manchester United's leading scorer with 26 goals from 38 appearance in all competitions.
Man removed from flight after argument over blanket price
The flight departed Los Angeles a few hours later. "I thought it was ridiculous", witness Eileen Bernstrom told the news station. The flight was from Las Vegas in Nevada to Hawaii but was diverted to Los Angeles airport because of the passenger's antics.
Brandon Marshall headed to NFC East but not with Eagles
Staying in NY will allow Marshall to continue to tape his weekly appearance on Showtime's "Inside the National Football League ". While the Giants and Marshall have agreed to a deal, the actual deal can't be signed until the start of the new league year .
A day without women in the restaurant industry?
You can participate in two of the biggest events of the Women's Strike, which will be occurring on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. I wish for you to know that if people really love you, they'll respect the things you say, even if they don't agree with them.
Jaitley & Jethmalani slug it out in court
Jethmalani, who was expelled from the BJP, wondered if Jaitley's "personal feelings of greatness" were behind the defamation suit. Jaitley noted that he had relinquished the post of DDCA president in 2013, long before the letter was written.
Cuomo Announces New York-Israel Commission
New York's principles are built on a rock, they will not change, and the political wind will not change them." he said. Governor Cuomo will tour the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Western Wall with Dr.
USA warplanes blast al-Qaeda in Yemen
It comes a month after a controversial U.S. raid that was reported to have left as many as 25 Yemeni civilians dead. He went on to say that the United States is providing Saudi Arabia with coordinates to strike targets in Yemen.
Kerala: Bomb hurled at RSS office, 3 injured
We shoved [their corpses] underground [ he gestures downwards, more applause ], this same Hindu community. Kochi: Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has brushed aside an RSS leader's threat to behead him.
U.S. launches airstrikes against al Qaeda in Yemen
Owens, 36, was killed in the raid on a branch of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP, in al Bayda province on January 29. A US official told ABC News that the airstrikes were planned prior to that SEAL mission.
FCC readies block of broadband privacy rules
Ansip added: "We want to avoid global fragmentation, where people's connections turn patchy when they travel overseas". " Rules developed to tame a 1930s monopoly were imported into the 21st century to regulate the Internet", he argued.
Palo Alto Networks (PANW) Q2 Loss Widens, Revenues Miss
While taking a glance at financials, we can look at a number of key indicators about Palo Alto Networks , Inc.'s ( PANW ) . Geographically, on a year-over-year basis, revenues from the Americas increased 28% and represented 69% of total revenue .