“At least a handful of teams” have shown interest in free agent Teddy Bridgewater as a starting quarterback according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Bridgewater is reportedly seeking a one or two-year deal that would help him rebuild his value after missing most of the past two years due to a knee injury. That knee is definitely a concern and some experts question his arm strength but the former first-round draft pick out of Louisville is a charismatic leader who has 28 starts in the NFL and is still only 25 years old. He might be a good fall-back position for one of the losers of the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes -perhaps the Jets?-and there are also rumors that Bridgewater’s hometown Miami Dolphins might consider an alternative to Ryan Tannehill.
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