The Jets can outbid the Vikings, but a team source told Vacchiano that they don't think it will matter, and Cousins will take less money to go to a better situation where he can win now.
Keenum appeared in 15 games (14 starts) with the Vikings past year and posted career highs in completion percentage (67.6) yards passing (3,547) and touchdowns (22). He became available after the Redskins acquired veteran signal-caller Alex Smith from the Kansas City Chiefs. 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. As the combine comes to a close on Monday, it appears that the Vikings are more than just a mere contender for Cousins' services this offseason.
In case Cousins joins the Vikings, the Broncos and the Jets could settle for Keenum, according to Mike Klis of 9News. It could also mean great things are in store for the Vikings.
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The Cardinals are in need of a new starting quarterback following the retirement of Carson Palmer at the end of the 2017 season. In them, Cousins has racked up almost 20,000 yards while completing 65.5 percent of his passes.
The Jets plan to be heavy bidders in the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes and they're convinced they can make a better financial offer than any team in the league. Schefter said Bridgewater still has a market because of his capacity to lead a team. He expressed some doubt about whether Bridgewater would ever be able to fully return from the devastating knee injury he suffered two years ago.