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What Jets’ Plan B should be after this free-agency disaster

New York Post

One of these days, the Jets will be a seductive green oasis in the desert, a dream destination for anyone who treasures winning over riches. This, 49 years after Super Bowl III, isn’t one of those days. Kirk Cousins took a good hard look at the Vikings and said to himself, “Skol!” The Jets can’t even win at Moneyball. So Plan B becomes Teddy Bridgewater, a former No. 1 pick who is a young, much cheaper, low-risk, high-reward option who hasn’t truly played in two years since wrecking his knee, and perhaps Josh McCown as well. Until proven otherwise, it is a bridge over troubled waters. Even if the Jets land Bridgewater, they must not keep GM Mike Maccagnan from drafting his desired Quarterback of the Future. For the Jets and even the Giants, this starts off not as free agency. Flee agency. Remember when new Giants GM Dave Gettleman arrived vowing to kick ass and build a wall in front of Eli Manning? Kirk CousinsAP Well, kick-ass guard Andrew Norwell — his guy from the Panthers — was stolen out from under East Rutherford by a gentleman named Tom Coughlin. Cousins wanted to win. Took a fully guaranteed three-year, $84 million deal during from the Vikings. Never even visited beautiful Florham Park, N.J. And so Maccagnan was left at the altar, holding that $90 Million bag. It left the Jets with a gaping hole at the most importa…

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Cousins to visit Vikings first; agent says no decision made

The Washingon Times

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Kirk Cousins is predictably the top priority on Minnesota’s offseason shopping list. The free agent quarterback is on the verge of a big payday at age 29, his first time on the open market. Cousins will meet Wednesday with the Vikings once the new league year begins, his agent Mike McCartney said Tuesday. ESPN reported, citing unnamed sources, Cousins will sign a fully guaranteed, three-year $84 million contract with the Vikings, but McCartney said no deal was in place and no decision has been made yet. “We’ve only agreed to visit Minnesota first,” M…

How Case Keenum domino may hurt Jets’ Kirk Cousins chances

New York Post

Here are some thoughts on the early moves of free agency and how they affect the Jets: 1. Case Keenum reportedly agreed to a deal with Denver overnight, the first of the quarterback dominoes to fall. The Broncos were expected to be in the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes, but clearly they either did not like the price...

Jets’ options to pounce on if Kirk Cousins dream falls apart

New York Post

Mike Maccagnan better be ready with his Plan B, because there is every chance that he could be left holding a $90 million bag of Woody Johnson’s money without the franchise quarterback the Jets and Jets fans have craved for an eternity. There is every chance he will be confronting a doomsday scenario if he...

Jets are trying to move on to Teddy Bridgewater

New York Post

Plan B is Plan Bridgewater. After whiffing on Kirk Cousins, who is going to the Vikings, the Jets are working on a deal for Teddy Bridgewater, multiple reports stated Tuesday. A contract had not been finalized, but Bridgewater had emerged as their next option. NFL Network reported Bridgewater has multiple options. Also available are Josh...

Jets bringing back QB Josh McCown on 1-year deal

The Washingon Times

NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Jets are calling an audible and turning to a familiar face as their backup plan at quarterback. Josh McCown agreed Tuesday on a one-year deal to return to the Jets, agent Mike McCartney announced on Twitter. The Jets were believed to be one of the primary potential suitors for free-agent prize Kirk Cousins, but the former Washington quarterback is visiting Minnesota on Wednesday. With the possibility looming that Cousins could sign with the Vikings before ever meeting with the Jets, New York instead is bringing back its 38-year-old starter who had a career-season …

Kirk Cousins headed to Vikings in Jets crusher

New York Post

It’s time for the Jets to move on to Plan B. The full-court press they planned for Kirk Cousins ended before it started with the free-agent quarterback taking his first and last meeting with the Vikings on Tuesday. reported that Cousins will sign a three-year deal with Minnesota that is fully guaranteed. The Jets...

Whole NFL world is waiting on Kirk Cousins to make decision

New York Post

And now the NFL world waits. Day 1 of the free-agency negotiating period did not produce much news on free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins and where he might play in 2018. The Jets are one of the top suitors for Cousins, ready to break the bank for the 29-year-old, but they have competition from the Vikings,...

Case Keenum to Broncos as NFL dominoes begin to fall

New York Post

Here we go. The Broncos are the first to act in the musical chairs of quarterbacks this offseason. Denver will sign Case Keenum when free agency officially begins Wednesday, ESPN reported early Tuesday. That brings the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes down to three: the Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. Minnesota is widely considered the favorite to sign...

Josh McCown’s ‘whirlwind day’ as Jets backup plan

New York Post

Once Cousins settled on the Vikings, things picked up for McCown with the Jets. “It was kind of a whirlwind day,” McCown said. “It was moving slow because we were kind of waiting for the other dominoes to fall, so to speak. Once those things started getting squared away, it’s weird because it goes from quiet and 0 to 100. All of a sudden you’re on the phone right and left, trying to track down things and make decisions.” The Jets also agreed to a one-year deal with Teddy Bridgewater Tuesday night. That occurred after McCown spoke to The Post, but he knew it was a possibility. A source…