The Jets' failure to land Kirk Cousins in free agency activated plan B-- signing two bridge-the-gap quarterbacks in Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater.
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Teddy Bridgewater isn't saying whether his knee will be healthy enough to participate in offseason work https://t.co/WfJEwWrnT8— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 21, 2018
No team was comfortable taking a big risk on a quarterback coming off a serious knee injury. Unless you're the Arizona Cardinals, of course.
We're still months away from Week 1, but Bridgewater's health will be closely monitored every step of the way. But if he doesn't come across as confident, why should the Jets feel any different?
Bridgewater is a backup QB at best. Stiff. He's lucky he's got a ticket to— Rockfish (@tgspecial) March 21, 2018
We'll see just how well that knee will hold up in a matter of months. Strap yourselves in, Gang Green.