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The Washington Redskins remain open to parting ways with Kirk Cousins at the right price.
Mark Maske of The Washington Post reported the Redskins want a second-round pick in the NFL draft in exchange for the backup quarterback, according to a person familiar with the team's planning.
They're highly unlikely to get it. Cousins seems to be the perfect fit to be a career back up in the NFL for 10 plus years. He has a 56.2 completion percentage, 51.5 QBR and 8:10 TD-to-INT ratio in eight career games. It would be a sign of absolute desperation if a quarterback-needy team gave up a second-rounder for Cousins. ANALYST: Drew Phelps
Kendrys Morales went 2-for-4 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored in the Royals 7-1 win over the Twins on Monday.
Morales is raking to start the season, hitting .358 with 12 runs, two home runs and nine RBI as the Royals everyday DH and cleanup hitter. 2014 was a lost year for Morales as he struggled to find a role with the Mariners and Twins but he showed capable of being a productive player over the two seasons prior where he hits a combined 45 home runs over the two years. Morales was one of the more promising offensive players in the league before a devastating ankle injury nearly ended his career in 2010 but if his hot start is any indication of things to come those who took a chance on Kendrys could be in for a solid season. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba