As the start of free-agent season approaches, rumors about quarterbacks available in the market continue to swirl. There are several starting quarterbacks who could change teams on March 14, including Kirk Cousins, Case Keenum, Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater. According to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, the New York Jets are going all-out to acquire Cousins, even offering him a huge contract, but the long-time Washington Redskins quarterback could sign with another squad. A source close to the Jets said that Cousins might join the Minnesota Vikings, whom he sees as a team with championship potential. The Vikings reached the NFC Championship Game behind Keenum, who emerged as starter after Bradford suffered an injury in the first regular-season game.

According to multiple reports, the interest between Cousins and the Vikings is mutual, meaning the quarterback could sign a deal with Minnesota when first day of the new league year starts.

Last season with the Redskins, Cousins [VIDEO]tossed for 4,093 yards and 27 touchdowns with 13 interceptions in 16 starts. He became available after the Redskins acquired veteran signal-caller Alex Smith from the Kansas City Chiefs. The Redskins used the franchise tag on Cousins twice, giving him $23.94 million for his last season’s services. Per Vincent Frank of the Yard Barker, Cousins is looking for a three-year deal with guaranteed money of $90 million. Aside from the Jets and Vikings, the Denver Broncos and the Arizona Cardinals [VIDEO] are eyeing Cousins' services.

4 teams eyeing Keenum

Keenum, for his part, also has several suitors, including the Cleveland Browns, Jets, Vikings and the Broncos.

In case Cousins joins the Vikings, the Broncos and the Jets could settle for Keenum, according to Mike Klis of 9News. Despite his outstanding performance last season, the Vikings allowed Keenum to become a free agent, instead of signing him to a long-term deal. The Browns could use Keenum as a stop-gap quarterback, in case they take one from the 2018 NFL Draft. Last season, Keenum started 15 games, completing 325-of-481 passes for 3,547 yards and 22 touchdowns with seven interceptions for the Vikings.

Teams interested in Bridgewater as starter

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, several teams are interested in taking on Teddy Bridgewater as starting quarterback. Schefter said Bridgewater still has a market because of his capacity to lead a team. Multiple reports suggest that Bridgewater is willing to sign a short-term deal to prove that he has fully recovered from the knee injury that he suffered in 2016 during his stint with the Vikings.