“Being back in the South, being in this culture and this city — a city that’s gone through a lot, and me as a person, I’ve gone through a lot as well — I feel like my personality, my foundation, it sits well with this city. I’ve been able to mesh well with this team, with this city,” Bridgewater told NOLA.com last week.
It will likely take a special situation to pry him away. That would mean a good team that isn’t poised to draft a quarterback (in other words, not the Cincinnati Bengals).
The Dolphins could be a consideration again, after coach Brian Flores started to turn them around this season, but that’s only if they convince Bridgewater that they want to build around him and use their three first-round draft picks at other positions.
Brees looked like an over the hill quarterback during the Saints playoff game loss to the Vikings. It could be Teddy time in New Orleans.
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