The Philadelphia Eagles will host former Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins sometime next week, according to Fox Sport's Alex Marvez.
Cousins has been rising up draft boards of late, as teams have warmed up to the former Spartan, and some are projecting him to be picked before the end of round two.
While Michael Vick is firmly entrenched as the Eagles' number one quarterback, head coach Andy Reid has a track record of stockpiling quarterbacks and grooming them into starters. Whether or not the team invests in a quarterback in the opening rounds of the draft, it seems likely that Vince Young will not be back as the backup.
That would open the door for Mike Kafka, a promising youngster who Reid seems to have faith in.
Cousins finished his college career with over 9,000 yards passing and 66 touchdowns.
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