Did Jets target Kirk Cousins drop a free agency decision hint?

  • Did Jets target Kirk Cousins drop a free agency decision hint?

Did Jets target Kirk Cousins drop a free agency decision hint?

At least one other team will do a similar deal almost fully guaranteed, and all would make him the highest-paid quarterback. If Cousins wants to make a visit to a team's facilities, he can't do so until Wednesday.

The Vikings are reportedly in the lead, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Jets, meanwhile, offer a clean slate, cap space, and potentially $60 million in the first year.

Additionally, Jurecki reports the offer would feature a $20 million signing bonus and $15 million in base salary in the first year, along with a whopping $90 million in guarantees over the first three years of the deal. Is there an under-the-radar position the Vikings need in free agency?

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The 29-year-old Pro Bowl quarterback wrote a goodbye blog post on his website.

"Knowing I will not be putting on a Redskins jersey next season, it's hard to look back at all that's taken place and not become emotional", Cousins said.

"I will forever be grateful to Mike Shanahan for taking a chance on me in the 2012 draft". The oddsmakers, according to Bovada, have the Broncos sitting as the third-most likely destination for Cousins at +400, behind the Jets at +300 and the heavy-favored Vikings at -230. At the time, many people saw his selection as foolish. "Having said this, I would not trade the past decade for anything".

At least that's the beauty in the details when it comes to Kirk Cousins, who wrote a goodbye note to Washington, the only franchise for which he's played. The question now? Which fans will throw their support behind him in 2018 and beyond?