The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking for answers at the quarterback position and one free-agent the organization can pursue is Teddy Bridgewater.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an important decision to make at the quarterback position in the next couple of months.
The Buccaneers are faced with either re-signing QB Jameis Winston [most likely using the franchise tag], or pursuing a different quarterback through free-agency or the NFL Draft.
While ‘league sources’ have said that Tampa Bay is interested in several major names on the market, including Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, perhaps the best fit would be QB Teddy Bridgewater.
While it would seem that Bridgewater would be re-signed by the New Orleans Saints, there’s plenty of speculation and reporting suggesting that the quarterback may be looking for a different deal once the organization brings by Brees on a new contract.
Though Brees is getting older and his remaining time in the NFL is limited, the Saints obviously don’t want to part ways with their franchise QB and there’s little reason to believe that Brees wants to leave, either.
That could put Bridgewater on the open market.
Here’s a look at three reasons Bridgewater could be a nice fit for the Buccaneers.