Redskins QB Kirk Cousins says he used to be 'homeless'

Maybe his numbers will be better this week because of a secret weapon... his QB nook.

ASHBURN, VA - The last time Kirk Cousins and the Eagles met, the signal caller threw for 234 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Maybe his numbers will be better this week because of a secret weapon... his QB nook.

Cousins posted on social media this week how thrilled he is to have his own space to watch film, take notes and store his stuff. Prior to this, he said he had to use whatever room was available, but there wasn't always one.

"When the offensive staff is meeting, that room is not available. I'm kinda homeless. So, I go to the tight end room if it's open or the O-line room, just try to find an empty room and watch film. Sometimes it's the team room."

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Head coach Jay Gruden said Cousins had been bugging him for a space where he could leave his stuff.

"He wants somewhere to watch film in private. He's a very private person," Gruden said. He added that the signal caller is "a unique individual when it comes to that... very detailed."

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On Facebook, Cousins said he feels like a kid at Christmas with his own space.

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