Teddy Bridgewater to re-sign with the Saints


Bridgewater is expected to visit the Dolphins training facility on Wednesday night, according to a league source, one day after he rejected a two-year, $10 million offer to become the team's starting quarterback.

Bridgewater appeared to reference the anniversary of the Brees signing in a report shortly before the signing was reported.

Could Teddy Bridgewater be making a homecoming?

Teddy Bridgewater and the Miami Dolphins may be returning to the negotiating table.

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That may not have been the case had Bridgewater signed in Miami.

The Dolphins are in need of a quarterback this upcoming season and Bridgewater is a Miami native.

After coming back from a gruesome knee injury that almost derailed his career, the former first-round pick finally has a chance to break the bank. The Dolphins would give Bridgewater a chance to start immediately and potentially earn a much more lucrative contract in the near future. But he ultimately made a decision 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.

The New Orleans Saints reached an agreement with quarterback Drew Brees to restructure his contract, freeing up salary cap space for the 2019 fiscal year.