Kirk Cousins is back in Holland putting on a youth football camp for elementary and middle school students at Hope College.
The camp features another huge turnout as Cousins and other counselors get hands on with football drills and life lessons aimed and helping kids maintain focus.
Cousins is maintaining his focus as well as training camp approaches and the clock continues to tick on a deadline. The Redskins have until July 17th to either sign the former Michigan State QB to a long-term deal or let him play the year on the franchise tag for a second straight season, which would pay Cousins nearly $24 million in 2017.
The Holland Christian grad says he isn't worried about finances, just winning.
"My agent will get it handled, whatever he thinks is best," Cousins said. "The teams knows what they're doing and it'll all work out. The good news is that I'm with Washington this season regardless and can't wait to get started. I want to win, that's all that matters. Stats good, stats bad, let's just win. I'll trade good stats for wins any day so hopefully we can put a lot of wins up this year and do something special."