Teddy Bridgewater to be traded to Saints from the New York Jets

Teddy Bridgewater to be traded to Saints from the New York Jets

Teddy Bridgewater to be traded to Saints from the New York Jets

After the Jets players were ready to leave, the team informed Bridgewater that he had been traded to the New Orleans Saints.

On Wednesday, the New York Jets send Teddy Bridgewater and a sixth-round pick to the New Orleans Saints for a third-round pick. He played in one game last season and signed with the Jets in March.

For tonight's game, don't expect to see Darnold play or even veteran quarterback Josh McCown for that matter.

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"In his time with us, Teddy was the consummate professional, a great teammate, and a tremendous leader", Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan said. After the Vikings made a decision to go in a different direction over long-term concerns about the condition of the quarterback's knee, he opted to sign a one-year deal with the New York Jets. "We wish him nothing but success in the future". "We look forward to working with him and watching him continue to develop as a player".

Drew Brees turn 40 in January and they didn't have a clear successor to him for when he retires. Bridgewater got his things, got off the bus, and then they just drove away.

The performance of Hill, meanwhile, was more of a roller-coaster ride. He has not been intercepted, but also has not thrown a touchdown pass, and the Saints offense has moved the ball inconsistently with Savage under center. However, many expect that this may be Bridgewater's chance to back up Brees as a potential heir apparent if Brees retires in 2019, as the Saints having no first round pick in 2019.

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