Kirk Cousins' hometown paper gets name, position wrong
The Redskins' Kirk Cousins served capably as Robert Griffin III's backup last season and that, along with, you know, starring at Michigan State, should be reason enough for his hometown paper to know his name and what position he plays.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins served capably as Robert Griffin III's backup for the Redskins last season. That, along with, you know, starring at Michigan State, should be reason enough for his hometown paper to know: a) his name, and b) what position he plays.
Nope on both counts.
God always comes up with new & creative ways to keep me humble. This is His latest... twitter.com/KirkCousins8/s…— Kirk Cousins (@KirkCousins8) March 6, 2013
Excited for "Comp. Heart" event! But, the local paper forgot the position I play for the 'Skins....humbling, again twitter.com/KirkCousins8/s…— Kirk Cousins (@KirkCousins8) April 11, 2013
For a kicker, Kurt sure was proficient at throwing the ball last season. (The Holland Sentinel has since corrected the mistake.)
Good news, though: Cousins isn't alone. Teammate Ryan Kerrigan has been there, too.
Could've been worse for Cousins. Somebody could've mistaken him for Rex Grossman.
* via Sports Bog
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