Jets among four NFL finalists for Kirk Cousins

Four wallets will be handed to Kirk Cousins, but which will he take?

The Jets will be joined in the hunt for the to-be free agent quarterback by the Broncos, Cardinals and Vikings, ESPN reported Saturday, narrowing the field for a rare quality starting QB who hits the open market.

Notably, the Browns, who own the Nos. 1 and 4 picks in the draft, are not believed to be in the sweepstakes.

These four teams are planning how to structure a deal to lure Cousins, the report stated, and they’re thinking shorter-term deals — potentially for three years — with a large amount of the money guaranteed. They are getting creative about how to entice the quarterback Washington never committed to, before trading for Alex Smith. The Post cited a league source saying the Jets could offer Cousins $60 million in his first season as a way to front-load the deal.

While Cleveland’s exclusion is a surprise, the other teams’ inclusion is not. The Broncos have searched for a signal-caller since Peyton Manning retired, Arizona’s Carson Palmer retired this offseason and Minnesota has a trio of free agents (Sam Bradford, Teddy Bridgewater and Case Keenum).

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