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Broncos reportedly still 'very much in' on Kirk Cousins

06 March 2018

There are several starting quarterbacks who could change teams on March 14, including #Kirk Cousins, #Case Keenum, Sam Bradford and #Teddy Bridgewater.

The New York Jets are ready to give quarterback Kirk Cousins something akin to a blank check, but they reportedly fear that even that may not be enough to convince him to sign on the dotted line.

In addition to Miller's report, Benjamin Allbright reported that the general feeling right now is that Cousins has not only narrowed his list down to two teams, but that the Minnesota Vikings are the team he's going to ultimately sign with.

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The Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings and Cleveland Browns are all expected to have interest, according to Klis. Reports (via Brian Costello of the New York Post) in late February suggested that New York would be willing to offer the quarterback a whopping $60 million in the first year of his contract. Coming off his sixth season with the Washington Redskins, Cousins threw for 4,093 yards, 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, completing 64.3 percent of his passes.

If these reports turn out to be true, Cousins will be helping the Vikings next season in their attempt to contend for the Super Bowl for the second-straight year. The Vikings come to the Cousins party equipped with $48 million in cap space. Despite his outstanding performance last season, the Vikings allowed Keenum to become a free agent, instead of signing him to a long-term deal.

But, due to a devastating knee injury suffered in 2016, Bridgewater has thrown only 2 passes in an National Football League game since.

Broncos reportedly still 'very much in' on Kirk Cousins