The Redskins' passing offense in 2017 has relied heavily on Kirk Cousins throwing the ball to his running backs and tight ends, with wide receivers taking more of a backseat to guys like Chris Thompson and Vernon Davis for much of the season.
And, according to one major radio personality, some members of the less-involved unit have told him that they aren't big fans of their QB.
Here's what Dan Patrick had to say on his radio show on Monday about Cousins' relationship with some of his pass catchers:
You know, I did a little research on the whole Kirk Cousins situation and what Marshall Faulk and Steve Smith Sr. were saying about Kirk Cousins. Kirk Cousins is not well-liked by his wide receivers. Not at all. So the behind-the-scenes intel is that they're not big Kirk Cousins fans.
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That makes this the second year in a row that a report (if you can call what Patrick is saying a report, that is) has come out stating that members of the offense were unhappy with Cousins. Following an early-season loss in 2016 to the Cowboys, Pro Football Talk reported that "multiple offensive players" were complaining about No. 8 playing erratically.
"They're a group," Patrick continued Monday. "It's one guy vs. a group. Now, granted, Kirk Cousins is more valuable than these guys, but I was told that over the weekend."
Almost every receiver on the roster — from Josh Doctson to Jamison Crowder to Ryan Grant — don't spend a lot of time talking to the local media, so who knows if they'd tell a national voice like Patrick about their views on Cousins.
It's certainly possible, though, just like anything is possible in this area with this team when the December football doesn't mean much, like it does this year yet again.
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