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5 players Jets must avoid in free agency

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The New York Jets have a ton of cap space and understandably the hype around their potential free agency spending spree has grown. While that money certainly helps. who should the team avoid so it’s spent right? Let’s break it down.

1. Trumaine Johnson, CB, Los Angeles Rams

The Jets need to revamp their cornerback depth chart, but spending big at the position isn’t necessarily the way to go. Johnson turned 28 years old in the beginning of January and as New York fans know quite well, corners often hit a wall the closer they get to the age of 30.

After back to back years of being franchise tagged, it’s safe to say Johnson will be looking for a long-term deal. He has the desired length and cover skills for Todd Bowles system (which relies heavily on the position), but this is the type of contract that could look very bad halfway through year number two of the deal.

With a loaded draft class at the position and younger, potentially cheaper options such as E.J. Gaines from Buffalo on the market, this is a no-brainer situation to avoid.

2. Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Detroit Lions

I’m not sure there is anyone on the planet that bangs the table for the Jets to land a pass rusher more than me, but here we are. Ansah has battled injuries and will turn 29 in May. Sinking money into a player that is a question mark to consistently be on the field is how teams find themselves in salary cap hell.

It’s been an interesting last couple of seasons for Ansah, who had 14.5 sacks in 2015 but then just two in 2016. This year he had six going into week 16, but had three sacks in each of the final two games to finish strong. When he’s on, he’s a dynamic threat to get after the quarterback. The problem is, he’s simply not a reliable option for a team that will need to hit home runs in free agency this year.

3. Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers

This is very similar to the Trumaine Johnson situation, but rather than age it’s Bell’s workload in recent seasons that is the concern. He’s expected to have gigantic contract demands that could have long-term guaranteed money tied to them.

Since tearing multiple ligaments in his knee two years ago, he’s had 742 touches in just two seasons. He’s a great player and the most complete running back in the NFL, but will he slow down soon? That’s the gamble teams are wondering about and with an abundance of other running back options both in the draft and free agency, it’s not a risk worth taking.<

4. Sam Bradford, QB, Minnesota Vikings

Let’s say the Jets miss out on landing Kirk Cousins. At this point, prepare yourselves for every other free agent quarterback being tied to the team. Sam Bradford unfortunately can’t stay on the field, no matter how much he flashes when he does play.

Option B should be to bring back Josh McCown and draft a quarterback for the future. It’s that simple.

5. Terrelle Pryor, WR, Washington Redskins

After a breakout year in 2016 where he had over 1,000 yards in Cleveland, Pryor was a free agent dud for the Redskins last year. It’s hard to believe he’ll already be 29 this upcoming season, but for most teams he’ll still be worth taking a one year flyer on.

The Jets are not one of those teams. They have a deep threat in Robby Anderson (even if he’s suspended, it won’t be beyond three or four games) and Quincy Enunwa will be returning to a core that also includes Jermaine Kearse, Chad Hanse and ArDarius Stewart.

There are much better options heading into the free agent market that include Allen Robinson, Jarvis Landry and Sammy Watkins. If the team wants to tone the spending at the position, Paul Richardson could be an option as well as a trade for a more productive veteran that hits the block.

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Option B should be to bring back Josh McCown and draft a quarterback for the future. It’s that simple.

This should not be an option at all id rather they put an extra RB in the backfield Josh McCown does nothing for this team 

 

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5 minutes ago, BurnleyJet said:

Those two 1#'s aren't for nothing. If the Jets don't Get Kirk C, they better be very aggressive in trading up. They could end up with none of the Big four left by the time #6th pick rolls around.

Imagine if the first 4 picks are Darnold,Rosen,Mayfield and Allen :o

p.s cant wait for the Jake Fromm threads to start! 

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18 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Got it right in my opinion. I absolutely love Lauletta.

 

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Jets Will Take a Long-Term Approach in Free Agency

Posted Feb 15, 2018

E_MK2_2120-allen-thumb.jpgEric AllenSenior ReporterEmail @eallenjets

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New York’s AFC Representative Will Be Active But Smart in March

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Last year, the Jets had to clean the house and shop for some bargain deals. This year, the house is in order and they will have the ability to spend once the NFL’s free agency and trading periods commence on March 14.

But with more money in his pocket, general manager Mike Maccagnan will maintain a prudent approach this spring. He remains intent on building a winner for the long haul, using free agency as a complementary piece to the draft.

“This year coming up and the following year, we have the ability to build this in terms of improving this team to where we want it to be,” Maccagnan said at his season-ending news conference. “But I don’t think necessarily that you take an approach where you just mortgage the future and try to do everything in one year.”


According to OvertheCap.com, the Jets are currently more than $73 million under the salary cap projection of $178 million. That number is expected to grow before free agency beings and at the present time, no other NFL club has more 2019 salary cap space than the Green & White.

Last February, the Jets waved goodbye to the likes of Nick Mangold, Darrelle Revis, Brandon Marshall, Nick Folk and Breno Giacomini. But the landscape has changed dramatically and Maccagnan could elect to re-sign a few of his 15 unrestricted free agents prior to free agency.

“I would say we have a lot of cap space,” he said in January. “We do have some players that are currently free agents who we’d like to re-sign, and we’ll work through that process in time.”

Five Jets starters have expiring contracts and that list includes QB Josh McCownicon-article-link.gif, TE Austin Seferian-Jenkinsicon-article-link.gif, CB Morris Claiborneicon-article-link.gif and ILB Demario Davisicon-article-link.gif. ESPN’s Kevin Seifert recently ranked the top 50 potential free agents in 2018 with QB Kirk Cousins atop the list and ASJ and Claiborne coming in at 35th and 43rd respectively.

“I think we are going to be very active in free agency, but again, we haven’t made our final decisions on allocating our resources,” Maccagnan said. “I do think we have a lot of potential to improve this team going forward, and we’ll focus on players that we can acquire from a talent standpoint that kind of fit what we want to do both from an ability and a character standpoint. I think we have the potential to help move this team forward.”
 

 
Jets UFAs (15)
OLB David Bassicon-article-link.gif: In his first season with the Jets, the well-traveled veteran racked up a career-high 3.5 sacks.
S Terrence Brooksicon-article-link.gif: Acquired from the Eagles in August in a player swap that sent CB Dexter McDougle to Philadelphia, Brooks collected two interceptions and pitched in with seven special teams tackles.
LB Bruce Cartericon-article-link.gif: Appearing in 14 contests, Carter carved out a role on special teams and finished fourth on the club with 10 stops.
K Chandler Catanzaroicon-article-link.gif: Replacing Folk, “Cat Man” established a franchise record with a 57-yard field goal at Cleveland and also set Jets marks for most touchbacks (45) and TB rate (83.4%). He finished 25-for-30 on field goals and was perfect on extra points.
CB Morris Claiborne: Hamstrung by injuries early in his career, Claiborne had his healthiest season in years and thrived under DB coach Dennard Wilson. He led the Jets with a career-high 11 pass defenses.
ILB Demario Davis: Never coming off the field for all 1,116 defensive snaps, Double-D’s 171 tackles were the most by any Jets defender since Jonathan Vilma’s 171 in 2005. His career-high five sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss/no gain led the defense.
G Dakota Doziericon-article-link.gif: Fourth-year veteran provided depth up front, starting three games and amassing 249 snaps.
DL Kony Ealyicon-article-link.gif: Acquired off waivers from the Patriots in August, Ealy used his length to collect nine pass defenses.
TE Chris Graggicon-article-link.gif: Suffering an ankle injury in preseason action vs. the Eagles, Gragg was placed on injured reserve in September.
C Jonotthan Harrisonicon-article-link.gif: Backing up Wesley Johnsonicon-article-link.gif, Harrison started vs. Los Angeles in Week 16 and helped lead the charge on Bilal Powellicon-article-link.gif’s 57-yard scoring run.
C Wesley Johnson: Taking over for Nick Mangold on a permanent basis, Johnson started 15 games and had 938 offensive snaps.
QB Josh McCown: Speaking during Super Bowl Week, McCown expressed his love for the Jets and is hopeful for a return. Maccagnan said he’d have no problem bringing McCown back, but he’s keeping all options on the table at quarterback.
DL Mike Pennelicon-article-link.gif: The 332-pound space eater became part of the rotation up front, compiling a personnel-best 40 tackles.
TE Austin-Seferian Jenkins: Transformed as a person, Seferian-Jenkins settled in on the field and finished with a career-high 50 receptions.
LB Julian Stanfordicon-article-link.gif: A backup on the inside, Stanford quietly finished second on the cub with 19 special teams tackles.
 
 

Jets RFAs (6)
TE Neal Sterlingicon-article-link.gif: Former Jaguar had six receptions in 11 games.
DL Xavier Coopericon-article-link.gif: Reunited with defensive line coach Robert Nunn, former 2015 third-round pick of the Browns was added to the roster on Halloween. 
WR-KR Lucky Whiteheadicon-article-link.gif: Acquired off of waivers from the Cowboys in July, Whitehead suffered a foot fracture at practice this summer and was waived/injured in September. He joined the practice squad in November and was later added to the active roster before Week 17.
WR Quincy Enunwaicon-article-link.gif: Expected to be the club’s top receiving target in 2017, Enunwa went down with a bulging disk in his neck this summer and missed the entire season following successful surgery.
OL Brent Qvaleicon-article-link.gif: In three seasons with the Green & White, Qvale has suited up in 44 contests and made 12 starts.
S Rontez Milesicon-article-link.gif: The “Tezmanian Devil” provided depth at safety and led the Green & White with 20 solo tackles and 26 overall stops on special teams.

 

 

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Aaron Colvin is going to have a legit market. Much more active than one would think. https://twitter.com/ProFootballTalk/status/966417296678883329 

 

Beat writer Hays Carlyon doesn't expect the Jaguars to be able to re-sign impending free agent CB Aaron Colvin.

Outside CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye get all the love in Jacksonville, but Colvin is one of the best slot corners in the game and is/was a big part of the Jaguars' defense. Per Pro Football Focus, Colvin didn't allow a single touchdown in his coverage, and his 0.76 yards per snap in coverage was third-best among all slot corners. Colvin, 26, is one of the top corners set to hit the market.
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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Broncos are expected to make Trevor Siemian available for trade this offseason.

Denver would be lucky to get anything more than a conditional sixth- or seventh-rounder, especially in what looks to be a loaded -- for its standards -- quarterback market via draft and free agency this year. Siemian has starting experience, sure, but he completely bombed out last season and is also recovering from left shoulder (non-throwing) surgery. Denver is going to overhaul its QB room.

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ESPN's Jordan Raanan believes Giants CB Eli Apple will be traded this offseason.

Apple is unquestionably talented, but he was a massive locker-room headache in 2017, clashing with coaches, teammates, and the organization. It is possible the new coaching staff decides to give the 2016 first-round pick a clean slate, but Raanan expects them to move on. Trading Apple will cost the Giants around $500,000 in cap space.

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Jaguars Reportedly Exploring Free Agent QBs, Severing Blake Bortles Contract

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FOXBOROUGH, MA - JANUARY 21:  Blake Bortles #5 of the Jacksonville Jaguars reacts in the fourth quarter during the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on January 21, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly exploring avenues to upgrade at quarterback in advance of free agency.

According to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio, Jacksonville's front office has been "actively" searching for Blake Bortles' replacement and that process "likely will continue—if not accelerate—next week at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis."

The Jaguars previously exercised Bortles' $19 million team option for the 2018 season, but some nifty maneuvering could allow them to avoid that payment if they can identify a signal-caller in short order. 

As Florio previously wrote, Jacksonville can get out of the final year of Bortles' contract if he's cut before the new league year begins on March 14. If he's still on the roster past that date, the $19 million will become fully guaranteed. However, releasing the quarterback is only possible if Bortles—who had wrist surgery after the season—can pass a physical before March 14.

However, that move is only likely to be made if the Jaguars can reach an agreement in principle with a free-agent quarterback during the league's two-day negotiating window that opens March 12. 

It's unclear which quarterbacks have caught the Jaguars' attention, but Kirk Cousins, Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford will all be searching for starting gigs this spring. 

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On 2/26/2018 at 7:18 PM, T0mShane said:

Vontae Davis to the Bills. 

Bills secondary nasty good. 

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The Boston Herald reports "it's believed" the Patriots are interested in free agent ILB Preston Brown.

Brown has hinted the interest is mutual, saying the Patriots "definitely seem to get the best out of the Buffalo Bills." He offered extensive glowing praise, which can be found at the link below. Brown has said, money being equal, that his preference is to remain in Buffalo. Brown would fill a need for a Pats defense that see-sawed wildly in 2017.

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15 hours ago, fusionCA said:

they thinking about putting it on you.

 

what is top 5 salary in your field ?

 

 

They should I have more heart and soul than many of the players on this underachieving team. 

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Johnny Manziel wants back in the NFL that he will reportedly be willing to accept a minor role on a roster to prove himself.

Per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Manziel would accept a deal with no guaranteed money and "spend time on a practice squad" to get back in the league.

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With Mo Wilkerson, Matt Forte gone, which Jets could be next?

Posted March 01, 2018 at 09:10 AM | Updated March 01, 2018 at 09:12 AM
 
 
 
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Matt Forte retired, and the Jets released Muhammad Wilkerson, all on Wednesday. Which players could see their time in green end next?

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The next to go ...

You knew the moves were coming. And on Wednesday, they came. 

Matt Forte announced his retirement from the NFL. The Jets released defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. The team added $14 million in salary cap space as a result. 

And you figure more moves are coming. Which players could see their time in New York come to a close next? Let's take a look. 

 
 
CB Xavier Coleman, WR JoJo Natson, CCB Bryson Keeton, OLB Obum Gwacham

CAP SAVINGS: $2.295m
DEAD MONEY: $0

The four are on the bottom of the Jets' roster, and can likely be replaced with better players later in free agency or the draft. They don't carry any cap penalty. 

 
 
Devin Smith, WR

CAP SAVINGS: $1.235m
DEAD MONEY: $632k

Devin Smith just hasn't stayed healthy since the Jets drafted him in the second round in 2015. He missed most of his rookie season with a rib injury, then tore his ACL after returning. He spent most of his second season recovering from that ACL tear. He re-tore his ACL this summer, and has been on the injured reserve ever since. 

Smith is likely a victim of the numbers game. The Jets just don't need him after drafting ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen last year, and with the emergence of Robby Anderson. 

 
 
 
 
 
CB Buster Skrine

CAP SAVINGS: $6m
DEAD MONEY: $2.5m

Skrine may not be released yet. He had a solid season last year, and if the Jets let him go, they have to find a replacement. He may be a wait-and-see. If the Jets can do better, they'll let him go. If not, they'll keep him. 

 
 
WR Jermaine Kearse

CAP SAVINGS: $5m
DEAD MONEY: $0

It's highly unlikely the Jets part with Kearse this offseason. He's simply on this list because of the cap savings. He'd free $5 million with his release. 

 
 
 
James Carpenter, guard

CAP SAVINGS: $4.7
DEAD MONEY: $2.1

Just how far will the Jets go to rebuild their struggling offensive line? Carpenter's contract isn't horrible, but he's coming off a terrible season. The Jets could cut him, then look to upgrade the spot. 

 
 
Bilal Powell, running back

CAP SAVINGS: $4m
DEAD MONEY: $883k

Powell, like others on this list, is likely coming back. But his contract is movable.

 

 

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Report: Raiders may cut Michael Crabtree, Marshawn Lynch

Posted by Michael David Smith on March 1, 2018, 8:04 PM EST
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Despite comments from Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie and coach Jon Gruden that indicated receiver Michael Crabtree and running back Marshawn Lynch were in the plans for 2018, both could be gone before the regular season.

That’s the word from Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, who reports that both players are in flux and could be out of Oakland this year.

The issue is the players’ salaries: Crabtree has a cap hit of $7.7 million this season, while Lynch has a cap hit of nearly $6 million and could earn more in performance incentives. The Raiders would like to have both players back, but not necessarily at those prices.

Lynch has a roster bonus of $1 million due on March 18, so the Raiders may need to decide on his status soon. There’s more time to decide on Crabtree’s status. But decisions will need to be made on both players at some point in the months ahead, and those decisions won’t be as easy as McKenzie and Gruden suggested.

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7 hours ago, 32EBoozer said:

Crabtree and Landry are very similar.... strong hands and fight for the ball. He'd be someone I wouldn't mind seeing opposite Anderson, with Enunwa in the slot.

Crabtree needs a change of scenery, he's a player I wouldn't mind the jets trying to salvage his career. 

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Report: Kirk Cousins list down to four teams

Darin Gantt,ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports 9 hours ago 
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 Since he’s been willing to be patient so far, Kirk Cousins is going to take his time through his free agency process.

But he has apparently pared the list of teams he’ll consider.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the final four teams expected to be in the running for his services are the Broncos, Cardinals, Jets, and Vikings.

Each have their own pluses and minuses. The Broncos and Vikings can offer immediate competitiveness thanks to good defenses. The Cardinals offer the opportunity to play with a future Hall of Famer in Larry Fitzgerald and warm weather. The Jets have the major market appeal, along with the most cap space of the group and, well, desperation.

Absent from that list despite their obvious need at the position is Cleveland, despite the best lobbying efforts of left tackle Joe Thomas.

Schefter also reports that the teams involved are considering short-term deals, perhaps as short as three years, with big guarantees. Considering Cousins has played the last two years on the tag for Washington, he has a flexibility not every free agent enjoys.

And the dynamics of the pursuit of Cousins will have impacts far beyond his own future, as quarterbacks such as Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Matt Ryan are working on new deals, and the fallback plans such as Case Keenum and others hinge to some degree on the choice Cousins make and the numbers involved.

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"We'll see.....I had a lot of fun in New York this year, enjoyed being part of that organization, if it works out I can get back there, I would love that but if not hopefully find some place to work"

- @JoshMcCown12 on free agency on #NFL Talks - Combine Edition @nyjets

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Jets worried Kirk Cousins might be Vikings bound

By Ralph Vacchiano | 11:35AM
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Dec 10, 2017; Carson, CA, USA; Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) jogs off the field after the Redskins 30-13 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports (Jake Roth)
Dec 10, 2017; Carson, CA, USA; Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) jogs off the field after the Redskins 30-13 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports (Jake Roth)

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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.

But they're also not sure the size of their bid is going to matter as long as the Minnesota Vikings are involved.

Despite their willingness to throw a truckload of money and a heavily front-loaded contract at Cousins in an attempt to lure the free agent franchise quarterback to New York, the Jets are worried he might already be destined to sign with the Vikings instead. According to a team source, they are aware of the league-wide speculation that Cousins is ticketed for Minnesota and they are taking that threat seriously after some informal, preliminary talks with his camp this week.

Of course, they won't know officially which way Cousins is leaning until they can formally begin talks on March 12. But the source said they are worried enough that they're taking seriously the "Plans B and C and, if possible, D" that Jets coach Todd Bowles spoke about on Wednesday. They believe they can outbid the Vikings and offer a better contract structure, the source said, but they still think Cousins might go to Minnesota for what he'll believe is a better chance to immediately win.

It's easy to see why he might believe that, of course. The Vikings just reached the NFC championship game. They have one of the NFL's best defenses, several talented young receivers (Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen and tight end Kyle Rudolph), and a sensational young running back in Dalvin Cook who was injured most of last year.

Not only that, they've cleared the deck at the quarterback position. They had three potential starters on their roster in last year's starter Case Keenum, and injured former starters Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater. But all three are unrestricted free agents, and the Vikings have made it clear all three are free to test the market.

"That's a dangerous thing to do if you don't have another quarterback," said one league source, "unless you know you're about to get one."

Technically they can't know, because it would be considered tampering if they've had any conversations with Cousins or his agent, Mike McCartney. Realistically, of course, tampering happens all the time around the NFL and it's safe to assume someone in Cousins camp had at least preliminary talks with officials the Vikings, Jets, Denver Broncos and any other interested teams as the scouting combine in Indianapolis.

Meanwhile, the Vikings sure sounded like they knew something, because during Vikings coach Mike Zimmer's combine press conference he wasn't exactly overflowing with compliments about the trio of quarterbacks he's about to let go. He expressed some doubt about whether Bridgewater would ever be able to fully return from the devastating knee injury he suffered two years ago. He questioned Bradford's ability to stay healthy after multiple knee injuries.

And as for Keenum, he made it clear that he's still not sure whether he was a one-year wonder or not.

"The question is no different than is Sam Bradford going to stay healthy? Is Teddy Bridgewater going to be able to [return] to where he was?" Zimmer said. "Is Case Keenum the quarterback he was last year or who he was three years ago?

"All three of our guys have questions. There's no doubt about it, and it's our job to do the very best we possibly can to figure out who is the right guy, the right fit."

Zimmer called it "the $64,000 question with all three of our guys," but really it's a question worth $30 million per year - the price Cousins is expected to command in free agency. The Vikings have around $50 million in cap room and could create more, so they certainly can get in the bidding. What they probably can't do is what the Jets believe they can do: Offer the most guaranteed money and the most money up front.

And if the finances are all that matters, the Jets believe they have a tremendous shot at landing the franchise quarterback they've been searching for since Joe Namath. They're just not sure that money will be all that matters to Cousins. The Vikings clearly can offer Cousins the best chance to be an immediate winner.

And the Vikings are sounding and acting like they know it - and that Cousins knows it - too.

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13 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

I'm preparing myself for something like a McCown / Mayfield / Hackenberg QB depth chart in 2018.  Meh.

Mayfield?  We couldn't be so lucky and McCown goes down in training camp/pre-season. 

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7 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

No because it releases 3QBs into the open market. There is no real doomsday scenario that is realistic for the Jets

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5 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

Well they will have to look hard. Because I can't find any. The doomsday scenario would be ending up with teh same 3 QBs we had last year. There is no logical path to that end

God NO

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2 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

It releases 3 QBs that another team didn't want. Not exactly a good scenario. Sure we're destined to have a better QB situation than last year but many of us were hoping for cousins or one of the top 3 and not just "better than mccown, Petty and hack"

We had 3 QB's on our roster in 2017 that no other team wanted. 

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All four of Kirk Cousins' choices have defensive-minded head coaches: Mike Zimmer (MIN), Steve Wilks (ARI), Todd Bowles (NYJ), Vance Joseph (DEN). That means respective OCs will be huge: John DeFilippo (MIN), Mike McCoy (ARI), Jeremy Bates (NYJ), Bill Musgrave (DE). #9sports

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