Kirk Cousins infamously spurned the Jets last offseason to sign with the Minnesota Vikings.
But he's happy his former college teammate, Le'Veon Bell, is playing with New York.
Bell, who agreed to a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets, tweeted how he's happy to be in green and white again, just like his Michigan State days. And Cousins made sure to salute his former teammate.
Bell and Cousins played together in 2010 and 2011, winning one Big Ten title together under head coach Mark Dantonio with the Spartans.
When Bell was a sophomore in 2011, he totaled 948 rushing yards, 267 receiving yards and 13 rushing touchdowns, while Cousins, a senior, threw for 3,316 yards, 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
They could have been teammates had Cousins not passed up more money from the Jets and signed a three-year, $84 million guaranteed contract with the Vikings last offseason.
But then again, had the Jets signed Cousins, they wouldn't have drafted Sam Darnold, and perhaps they wouldn't have had as much salary cap space as needed to add a dynamic weapon like Bell.
The Jets won't face the Vikings again until 2022, so it'll be some time until Bell and Cousins face off again.