- The Washington Times - Friday, March 3, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS - Could the Redskins saga with Kirk Cousins end with Tony Romo in Washington?

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that a potential three-way trade involving Cousins, the San Francisco 49ers and Romo’s Cowboys has been floated in discussions between Washington and San Francisco.

“As #Redskins & #49ers discuss a potential deal for QB Kirk Cousins in the near future, I’m told they may include the #Cowboys (Romo) as well,” Rapoport wrote on his Twitter account.

“Play a potential and unprecedented three-way deal forward… #49ers inquire about Cousins. #Redskins talk about Tony Romo. #Cowboys get picks,” Rapoport also tweeted.

Rapoport gave no indication that a deal was likely, but Romo swapping teams within division would certainly be a dramatic ending befitting the entire Cousins contract melodrama.

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