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Teddy Bridgewater continues to draw rave reviews at Jets minicamp

Jets Wire logo Jets Wire 6/13/2018 Sam Neumann

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Teddy Bridgewater continued to impress at the start of Jets minicamp on Tuesday.

By all accounts, he looks healthy and is indeed in the mix for the Jets' starting quarterback job if they elect to keep him on the roster. If not, he will certainly garner trade interest, as he seems to be healthier than originally thought. Bridgewater's health is still a wait-and-see until the pads come on, but he has emerged as the best Jets offensive player throughout camp so far.

He has received nothing but rave reviews. Bridgewater's play has even taken some of the spotlight away from Jets first-round pick Sam Darnold.

It is early, but every time Bridgewater practices in front of the media, he puts on a show. He has displayed a solid pocket presence and good decision making and he seems to be moving around just fine on his knee.

Bridgewater went 6-of-11 passing on 26 reps, three with the first team offense on Tuesday.

After coming back from a devastating injury, Bridgewater has cemented himself in the Jets quarterback carousel. Each of the three guys - the third being Josh McCown - can start Week 1 and nobody would be surprised.

Bridgewater signed a deal that was only worth $500,000 guaranteed, with more money tied to playing time incentives. The Jets took a chance on him to improve a quarterback room that for so long has been putrid.

If the rave reviews are any indication, then the Jets are going to have a hard time figuring out what to do with Bridgewater. That's not a bad problem to have, though.

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