Teddy Bridgewater and the Miami Dolphins may be returning to the negotiating table. ESPN's Dianna Russini reported on air that Bridgewater is expected to join the Dolphins if the team adds a few million dollars to its offer. Bridgewater is also from Miami. Bridgewater would have at least competed for the starting role with Ryan Tannehill.
Bridgewater, a former 2014 first-round pick, could become Miami's highest-profile signing this offseason after a number of low-risk, cost-effective moves geared toward helping the Dolphins reach their rebuilding potential.
The Dolphins confirmed the meeting later Wednesday.
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He'll receive a one-year deal worth a fully guaranteed $7.25 million and a maximum value of $12.5 million, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
METAIRIE, La. - Free agent quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has chose to stay with the New Orleans Saints as their backup and potential successor to Drew Brees rather than pursue an immediate starting opportunity with his hometown Miami Dolphins, sources told ESPN's Dianna Russini on Thursday.
And Bridgewater is apparently willing to wait to find the flawless long-term fit, even though he has started just one game over the past three seasons.