According to Mark Maske of The Washington Post, the Redskins are still wiling to listen to trade offers for Kirk Cousins even though they’re not actively shopping him.
“It’s not a case of looking to trade him,” one of those people said. “That’s not the situation. But it’s not a case of there being absolutely no interest in a trade under any circumstances, either. It would all depend on what someone might offer.”
Another person said Cousins is “not being shopped” but added that “it would be incorrect to think the right offer couldn’t possibly get it done despite [the] public posturing.”
The reason the Skins aren’t “shopping Cousins” around is because no one is interested.