Odds on Where Kirk Cousins Will End Up

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Jan/31/2018

BetOnline has released odds on where former Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins will end up following a blockbuster trade Tuesday that has the Chiefs Alex Smith heading to Washington.

BetOnline now accepting most forms of cryptocurrenciesThe Broncos linebacker Von Miller said Wednesday Cousins can take Denver over the edge.

"I've talked to him before. He knows exactly how I feel ... and what he would mean to our team, and what he would mean to a lot of teams," Miller told "The Dan Patrick Show" on Wednesday.

"We need Kirk. I would like to have Kirk. We have great quarterbacks now. Kirk could take us over the edge."

The Broncos were the favorite to land Cousins at just shy of 2/1 odds, however, the New York Jets were considered to be seriously in the mix at just over 2/1 odds.

All odds appear below the video.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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