The Minnesota Vikings are fresh off a disappointing 2018 campaign that saw them fail to earn a playoff spot in Kirk Cousins’ first season as the team’s starter.

Sure there were more issues than Cousins. But he did not play incredibly well after signing a record three-year contract with Minnesota back in March.

While the Vikings are tied to Cousins and his fully guaranteed contract through the 2020 season, they are now looking at a potential long-term replacement.

According to multiple media reports, the Vikings are slated to visit with Missouri quarterback Drew Lock at the Senior Bowl in Mobile this week.