GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Washington Redskins quarterback and Holland native Kirk Cousins stopped by Sports Overtime this week to talk about his new book "Game Changer."
He said he wrote the book to "take advantage of the opportunity that I have as a professional athlete to hopefully make a positive effect on as people's lives as I can."
Cousins said the book is not about his contributions on the field, but rather about the influences that have shaped his character, particularly his faith.
==Watch: 24 Hour News 8 Sports Director Jack Doles and Kirk Cousins discuss the new book and some of the influences mentioned in it.==
Organizers say it would mark the largest effort yet in a push for higher pay.
A fire damaged a vacant house in Kalamazoo, and the cause is being ruled as suspicious.
A man is in police custody following an hours-long standoff in Grand Rapids.