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14 March 2018, 04:14 | Anna Jefferson
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The Jets shifted their attention to McCown once it became apparent that Cousins is planning to sign with the Minnesota Vikings, as ESPN's Adam Schefter reported.
Shortly after giving Josh McCown a one-year, $10 million to return to NY, the Jets agreed to sign ex-Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Dianna Russini.
The move itself is a sensible one that gives the Jets a quarterback who is far from flawless, but who has some traits that any team can work with in building a quality offense.
While the Jets had more money to offer with an estimated salary cap around $100 million, they didn't have the kind of contender that Cousins could step into and immediately find success with.
Bridgewater hasn't started an National Football League game since the playoffs in 2015 due to a major leg injury suffered days before the 2016 season.
That made Bridgewater New York's new top priority in free agency as other notable quarterbacks flew off the shelf.
Now, Bradford intends to sign with the Arizona Cardinals while Keenum is expected to take the job with the Denver Broncos. He also has been told he will be the starting quarterback in 2018, a source confirmed. The undrafted free agent out of Temple put up 941 yards and seven touchdowns.
But there likely will be an acclimation period for the quarterback after such an extended stay away from regular-season action. NY were surprisingly competitive during the season and went 5-8 in games he was under center. They still hold the No. 6 pick in the draft and could very well use it on a quarterback to sit behind McCown and Bridgewater.
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