Kirk Cousins had no issue with Vikings considering QBs in draft, wants to retire in Minnesota


Alex Kormann, Star Tribune

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins greets cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. as they switch off speaking during a press conference.

It seems everyone in Purple Nation has had a hot take on what it meant when the Vikings didn't extend Kirk Cousins' contract beyond this season and then explored the possibility of trading up in the first round to pick Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson as Cousins' heir apparent in 2024.

On Wednesday, Cousins himself was asked to join the fray when he spoke to the local media for the first time since the end of the 2022 season.

So, Kirk, what say you?

"I think you're always looking to the future, always looking at different options," he said while back in town for the team's offseason program. "I think everybody has to do their due diligence so I'm looking forward to this year and wanting to go out there and prove it again and prove it again and play at the highest level I can. That's where my focus is."


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