Jets to sign Teddy Bridgewater


Even though he just signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets, who are in dire need of a new signal-caller, Bridgewater might start the 2018 season as a backup to Josh McCown.

Bridgewater was looking like a franchise player in Minnesota before suffering a disgusting knee injury in training camp two years ago. He posted a passer rating higher than 100 in eight games, the second most by a Jets quarterback in a single season.

The Jets shifted their attention to McCown once it became apparent that Cousins is planning to sign with the Minnesota Vikings, as ESPN's Adam Schefter reported.

Now, Bradford intends to sign with the Arizona Cardinals while Keenum is expected to take the job with the Denver Broncos.

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It is still remarkable that he is still in the league and poised to become a starting quarterback again after a dislocated knee during training camp prior to the 2016 season nearly led to the amputation of his leg. The undrafted free agent out of Temple put up 941 yards and seven touchdowns.

There might not be a better marriage between rising team and player than Teddy Bridgewater and the New York Jets.

McCown is a free agent that could probably be brought back on a cheap deal. They went 5-8 with him in the lineup, failing to win a game after his injury.

The Jets pick No. 6 overall, and barring the unforeseen, at least one of those quarterbacks should be available when NY is on the clock.