At least 2 teams interested in Bridgewater

Jose Verdugo
Agosto 21, 2018

With Sam Darnold closing on the starting quarterback role with the New York Jets, Teddy Bridgewater could soon be on the move.

According to Manish Mehta at The NY Daily News, two teams have expressed interest in trading for Bridgewater.

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The Daily News reports the Jets have yet to receive a concrete offer for the former first-round pick.

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Bridgewater is on a one-year, $6 million deal that includes $9 million in performance incentives, but the money he could potentially earn by completing those would count toward the 2019 salary cap, according to Mehta. The Jets have made it clear that the 25-year-old QB could be traded for the right price.

Mehta adds that New York's front office is looking to create a "win-win" for Bridgewater and the organization by helping the quarterback get to a situation where he could have a path for future success.

Bridgewater has looked good in the first two preseason games, showing no limitations on his surgically repaired knee that cost him almost two seasons.

"There's nothing to stop us from keeping three [quarterbacks], and there's nothing to stop us from keeping two", said Maccagnan, basically confirming there's a "for sale" sign on Bridgewater. He attempted two passes for Minnesota last season in mid-December.

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