The Minnesota Vikings will allow Wells Fargo to keep certain signs near the team’s new stadium in downtown Minneapolis.
The Star Tribune reports a mostly confidential settlement was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court to a legal dispute involving office-tower rooftop signs near U.S. Bank Stadium.
Under the settlement, the team allowed Wells Fargo to keep elevated — but not illuminated — signs on the rooftops of two office buildings next to the stadium.
With the Chiefs he was used mainly as a slot receiver on offense and had 172 catches in four seasons with Kansas City. He scored six touchdowns on offense, five as a receiver and one as a running back.
Woodhead led the Chargers in receptions (80), targets (100), receiving yards (755) and receiving touchdowns (six) in 2015.
But back to Cousins. The troubling aspect is his inaccuracy. Cousins will force passes — he has done that since the Redskins drafted him. He will throw interceptions like he did Sunday in the end zone where he’s showing not only poor fundamentals — body drifting, feet not pointed at the target, eyeing the target the whole way — but also made a bad decision. If a rookie does all that, OK. But he’s had enough starts to operate differently. Thing is, even this summer we’d see some forced throws — off his back foot under duress to the sideline — that made you scratch your head. OK, it was practice where you test yourself. But it was worth filing away, too. (Note: Even last summer before getting the starting job, he’d throw some picks in practice).
He must do that again if the Redskins are going to have any shot in the NFC East, where the Eagles’ and Cowboys’ rookie quarterbacks have been much more impressive thus far.
But Cousins’ sluggish start is a reminder that there’s a lot he still has to prove. The Redskins did not want to offer him more than $16 million per season for that reason. One line heard from people inside the building after last season: It was only nine good games. That wasn’t to discredit Cousins, but to show the reluctance to go much higher with their offer.