brilliant entertaining Tyler Thigpen era in Kansas City appears to be coming to an end. The Jaguars have reportedly shown interest in acquiring the Chiefs’ third-stringer, offering a fifth-round pick for him, according to NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.
The Chiefs are reportedly holding out for more, but getting that much value sounds pretty good for a player they don’t have a lot of use for. (Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.)
Perhaps the Chiefs feel like they can wait because they have received interest from other teams. The Ravens reportedly inquired about Thigpen recently, while the Panthers and Bucs made calls before the draft.
The Jaguars look to be the most desperate to upgrade their backup quarterback situation, and have also spoken with the Bucs. Jacksonville’s current backup is 37-year-old Todd Bouman.