Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to Sign With Jets


The team was not expected to resign Bridgewater this offseason, but his fate was sealed when the Vikings signed up Kirk Cousins to a three-year, $84 million deal Tuesday.

The Jets will sign quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal, according to ESPN.

The move itself is a sensible one that gives the Jets a quarterback who is far from flawless, but who has some traits that any team can work with in building a quality offense.

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The Jets had high hopes going into free agency, since they had the most space available under the salary cap. That prospect of rebuilding could have been the main reason as to why he chose the Vikings over the Jets.

The Jets are also interested in Teddy Bridgewater, who missed almost two seasons with a knee injury. He started this past season as the team's starting quarterback, but wear and tear on his knee ultimately summoned Case Keenum, who lead the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game.

Minnesota has elected to let quarterbacks Keenum, Sam Bradford and Bridgewater test free agency.

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He will be joining a Jets team with plenty of question marks when it comes to talent on the offensive side of the ball.

But there likely will be an acclimation period for the quarterback after such an extended stay away from regular-season action.

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.

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So now where do the Jets go?