Teddy Bridgewater throws first TD pass in over 3 years (1 Viewer)



By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer

NEW ORLEANS -- Teddy Bridgewater threw his first touchdown pass in more than three years on Sunday, the latest milestone in his comeback from a devastating 2016 knee injury.

Bridgewater, 26, started for the New Orleans Saints in place of Drew Brees since New Orleans has already clinched the NFC's No. 1 seed. He completed the 9-yard TD pass to rookie receiver Tre'Quan Smith early in the fourth quarter in a 33-14 loss to the Carolina Panthers.

Bridgewater's last NFL start came with the Minnesota Vikings during a playoff loss to Seattle after the 2016 season. And he said earlier this week that he had "the chills" just thinking about starting again.

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