Is Teddy Bridgewater a costly insurance policy or part of Saints' future? (1 Viewer)

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By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer

METAIRIE, La. -- Let's start with the positive: It's hard not to like the idea of Teddy Bridgewater as Drew Brees' eventual successor.

Bridgewater is still just 25, and his comeback from a brutal knee injury so far this summer has been as impressive/inspiring as the two years he spent as the Minnesota Vikings' starting quarterback from 2014 to '15.

So if this turns out to be the beginning of a beautiful friendship, then we might never care how much the New Orleans Saints paid to get Bridgewater.

But I'll admit, I was pretty stunned to see the Saints send a third-round draft pick to the New York Jets on Wednesday in exchange for a sixth-round pick and just a one-year rental of Bridgewater, who is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent in March. ...

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