Teddy Bridgewater traded from the Jets to the Saints

Posted August 31, 2018

The New York Jets have traded quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and a sixth-round pick to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a third-round pick, according to NFL Media.

It forces Vikings fans to ask if they could have gotten a similar return had they signed Bridgewater.

The Jets went into training camp looking to trade Bridgewater, 25, whom they signed to a one-year, $6 million contract. It also means rookie Sam Darnold will be the Week 1 starter for the Jets.

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But he will be doing it in a New Orleans Saints jersey.

At first, it seemed like the Jets were on their way to Philadelphia before pulling over and letting Bridgewater off when news of the trade broke. So far, he's looked good during the preseason, completing 28-of-38 passes and throwing two TDs. The former Louisville standout showed flashes of being a potential star with the Minnesota Vikings, but suffered a horrific leg injury that kept him out of action for almost two full years.

He never played in the 2016 season after tearing the ACL in his left leg during practice.

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The Saints went 11-5 last year, falling to Minnesota in the second round of the NFL playoffs, but are retooled for another run at the title beyond 39-year-old quarterback Drew Brees, among the league's most prolific passers with 70,445 career yards.

Meanwhile, the deal raises questions about Savage's future with the Saints, even though his preseason numbers have been solid.

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