Minnesota Vikings Release Significant Update Regarding A Kirk Cousins Trade

Minnesota Vikings release important update regarding Kirk Cousins ​​trade​​​

The Minnesota Vikings are off to a less than stellar start. The Vikings picked up their first win of the season in Week 4 against the Carolina Panthers. Both teams come into this game at 0-3 trying to avoid a dismal 0-4 start. The Vikings took the lead in the third quarter via a 51-yard score recovery and a 30-yard touchdown pass to Justin Jefferson. This would make the score 21-13, the Panthers were unable to score any more points all afternoon.

Before (and even after) the Vikings’ Week 4 win, there were rumors of a Kirk Cousins ​​trade. If the team doesn’t appear to be competitive ahead of the NFL trade deadline, would the Vikings consider looking to the future and trading Cousins ​​for (possibly) a significant infusion of draft capital? Vikings answered that question.

Dianna Russini of The Athletic reports that the Vikings will not trade quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​​before the October 31 deadline. The news came the same day the team won its first game of the year:

“The [New York] Jets have not called the Vikings about Cousins,” Russini wrote on Sunday, October 1. “And even though the Vikings are winless entering Week 4 with their second straight game against a winless opponent, two team sources said the Vikings are out of the season and have no intention of trading Cousins, who would have to give up the trade clause.

In four games this season for Minnesota, he has totaled 1,214 yards, 11 touchdowns and four interceptions. Kirk Cousins ​​is rarely the reason why the Vikings are 1-3. They haven’t been as lucky in one-possession games as they were a season ago when they won the league with a 13-4 record. Today, they also improved to 1-3 this season after only one possession.

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