Take this one for what it's worth, but Ralphy Vacchiano of SNY is reporting that the Jets have spoken to the representatives for Kirk Cousins and fear he's heading to the land of a thousand lakes in Minnesota, instead of taking a bit out of the Big Apple.
The Cardinals are one of the teams looking to bring in the 29-year-old quarterback but will have to make some key roster decisions in order to potentially free up enough money to meet Cousins' price tag that is expected to be the largest in National Football League history.
Reports had recently surfaced that the Jets organization-who came into the situation as the early offseason favorites-were anxious that the right-arm would choose the more immediately-ready Vikings as his next employer.
The Arizona Cardinals just might be a finalist in the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
"I think he's gonna go at least to $28 million a year or something like that, and that's a given", Sando said on 98.7 FM's Bickley & Marotta. But they really need a quarterback.
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"Unlike some of these other teams ..." He will be eligible to sign with the Jets, Vikings, or another team of his choosing any time after March 14th.
Keenum, for his part, also has several suitors, including the Cleveland Browns, Jets, Vikings and the Broncos.
Last season with the Redskins, Cousins [VIDEO]tossed for 4,093 yards and 27 touchdowns with 13 interceptions in 16 starts.
The 29-year-old does not officially become a free agent until next Wednesday, but speculation as to where he will end up has been swirling at gale-force speeds ever since the Washington Redskins traded for veteran passer Alex Smith.