Vikings owner noncommittal to signing Cousins after this season
Minnesota Vikings owner Mark Wilf wouldn’t commit to signing quarterback Kirk Cousins after the season.
“We’ll leave that to Kwesi (general manager) and coach (Kevin O’Connell) to work through those discussions,” Wilf said Tuesday, according to Kevin Seifert of ESPN. “There’s always conversations on that. But our real focus is 100% on 2023 and getting where we need to be and where I know we can be.”
Cousins has signed two extensions since inking a three-year, $84-million fully guaranteed deal in 2018. His contract has a no-trade clause for this season, according to Over The Cap, and the signal-caller is scheduled to hit free agency in 2024.