UCONN #1 Seed, Broncos To Sign Case Keenum, Cousins Says Goodbye To DC, Browns’ Trades
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
To no one’s surprise, UConn took the number one seed (for the 5th year in a row) for the NCAA women’s tournament. The tournament begins on March 16th with the finals on April 1st in Columbus, OH.
Free agency officially begins on Wednesday and teams are scrambling to make deals. Quarterbacks Drew Brees, Case Keenum and Kirk Cousins are the hot commodities. The Denver Broncos reportedly worked out a deal to officially sign Minnesota Vikings QB Keenum, who replaced an injured Sam Bradford and helped propel the Vikings to the NFC Championship game.
All eyes are on where Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins will eventually end up (and how much he’ll make). On Monday, Cousins posted on social media, “The team has decided to move on to another option and, in turn, my family and I will be moving on as well," He originally tagged the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings in his post called “Farewell, Washington”.
The winless Cleveland Browns are trying to shake things up and avoid being the laughing stock of the NFL. With new general mangager, John Dorsey, the team will trade for Bills quarterback Tyron Taylor, Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry and Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarion’s Randall. And, they’re not done yet. Expect more wheeling and dealing in the next few weeks.