Miami Dolphins Making "Late Push" For Teddy Bridewater

Aubrey Yates
March 15, 2019

Rumors of Teddy Bridgewater's signing with the Saints may have been greatly exaggerated.

According to a source, the move created $10.8 million in space.

Bridgewater's agreement comes on the 13-year anniversary of Brees signing his original deal in New Orleans.

The 40-year-old Brees had one of his best seasons in 2018, throwing for 3,992 yards, with 32 touchdowns and five interceptions, while completing a record 74.4% of his passes.

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Miami intends to draft a future franchise quarterback in the 2019 or 2020 National Football League drafts, and hopes Bridgewater could bridge the gap.

Obviously, there's more of an opportunity for Bridgewater to start in Miami than in New Orleans. The Dolphins do need a starting quarterback, so it is possible Bridgewater could find himself as the lead signal-caller in Miami. Tannehill is expected to be traded or released at some point.

Bridgewater was the last pick of the first round in the 2014 NFL Draft. But he ultimately chose to stay put in New Orleans, where he spent last season after the Saints traded a third-round pick to acquire him and a sixth-rounder from the New York Jets.

A Miami native, Bridgewater was reportedly on Miami's shortlist at quarterback, but was heading back to New Orleans to continue backing up Drew Brees.

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