According to multiple reports, Bridgewater was set to visit the Dolphins' practice facility Wednesday afternoon. Bridgewater is also from Miami.
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Bridgewater was drafted in the first round of the 2014 National Football League draft by the Minnesota Vikings. After signing with the New York Jets and playing well in last year's preseason, he was traded to New Orleans. The Dolphins do need a starting quarterback, so it is possible Bridgewater could find himself as the lead signal-caller in Miami.
Teddy Bridgewater will remain with the New Orleans Saints as the team's backup quarterback, ESPN's Dianna Russini reported on Thursday.
Bridgewater is apparently willing to wait to find the flawless long-term fit, even though he has started just one game over the past three seasons.