At least, according to this report from the Star Tribune.
Vikings executives appeared to have spent extensive time attempting to address their quarterback situation at the combine, which ends today. According to a person with knowledge of the situation, the team met with David Dunn, the agent for New England's Matt Cassel. The Vikings have interest in Cassel, but he has received the Patriots' franchise tag (guaranteeing him $14.65 million) and New England is believed to be asking for a significant return in a trade.
I wonder - was it that Cassel and his agent were asking for too much money, or were the Patriots asking for too many draft picks in return?
Either way, the Vikings look to be making a move for Sage Rosenfels instead.