The Minnesota Vikings could face punishment for their handling of Kirk Cousins.
ProFootball Talk is reporting that teams aren’t allowed to schedule meetings with free agents before the official opening of free agency on March 14, but multiple outlets including NFL Network and the Star Tribune are reporting that Cousins is set to visit the Vikings on Wednesday.
The New York Daily News is reporting that if Cousins’ visit goes well, he will sign with the Vikings. NFL Network reported the deal will be three years, $28 million per season.
Teams aren't permitted to arrange visits during the negotiating window. The league's media operation is reporting that the Vikings have essentially violated this provision.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 13, 2018