Teddy Bridgewater signs with Jets: Free Agency Grade

NFL free agent rumors Jets to sign QB Teddy Bridgewater to 1-year deal

NFL free agent rumors Jets to sign QB Teddy Bridgewater to 1-year deal

According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will sign a one-year deal with the New York Jets.

But the Jets came up empty on reeling in the big fish, Cousins, who went to the Minnesota Vikings.

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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Bridgewater was looking like a franchise player in Minnesota before suffering a disgusting knee injury in training camp two years ago.

During his only full season as a starter, Bridgewater threw 14 touchdown passes and nine interceptions while leading the Vikings to the NFC North title in 2015. If he can prove he's healthy a team might be able to rekindle what he had before dislocating his knee.

UCLA's Josh Rosen, USC's Sam Darnold, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Wyoming's Josh Allen are the top four quarterbacks in the draft.

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The Bills had been looking to unload Glenn and the Bengals were in desperate need of an upgrade at the offensive tackle position. He signed a six-year contract extension with the team in 2016, but injuries limited him to just six appearances last season.

Following a career year in 2017, the New York Jets re-signed veteran quarterback Josh McCown on Tuesday afternoon.

With Bridgewater signing, the best-remaining bridge quarterbacks in free agency is A.J. McCarron and the one team in desperate need of a starting quarterback is Buffalo.

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Philly drafted him in the fifth round in 2007 and spent his entire 11-year National Football League career with the team. The 6-4, 255-pound tight end caught 398 passes for 4,998 yards and 31 touchdowns during his career with the Eagles.

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