Report: At least 2 teams have expressed interest in trading for Teddy Bridgewater
The New York Jets have a good problem to have right now. they have three good quarterbacks that they need to try to figure out what do with. More and more signs point to Sam Darnold being the starter which would probably make Josh McCown the backup and makes Teddy Bridgewater the odd man out.
There is a good chance that the Jets might trade him if that is how the battle works out and according to the New York Daily News at least two teams have expressed interest in trading for the former first-round pick.
The Daily News has learned that at least two teams have expressed interest in trading for Bridgewater. The News reported two weeks ago that Gang Green has made it clear to teams across the league that they’re amenable to dealing the quarterback for the right price.
Although the Jets have had several potential trade discussions with interested teams, there have been no concrete offers as of Monday afternoon that would prompt a move yet, according to sources.
Jets GM Mike Maccagnan all but confirmed that the Jets would be willing to trade Bridgewater and it makes sense that other teams are interested.
Through the first two preseason games, Bridgewater has proven that he can still be a starting quarterback in this league, and he is probably better than some of the first string guys that teams have. With only a couple weeks left in the preseason don’t be surprised if a trade is made here sooner than later.