Published: Thu, March 15, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Obadiah says goodbye to Teddy Bridgewater

Obadiah says goodbye to Teddy Bridgewater

Williamson, 26, will take over at Mike linebacker for Demario Davis, the Jets' defensive player-caller in 2017. Three years, $84 million.

McCown averaged 16.5 FanDuel points in 13 games last season, with 2,926 passing yards, 18 touchdowns, and 9 interceptions.

Shortly after giving Josh McCown a one-year, $10 million to return to NY, the Jets agreed to sign ex-Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Dianna Russini. Demario Davis, the Jets' leading tackler last season, whom Williamson replaced, is 29. You need some great football players. "Very nice kid, very humble". Avery Williamson, the former Tennessee Titan is a solid starter.

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The Jets valued Davis but decided that getting a younger version would benefit them. Schefter reports Cousins intends to sign a three-year, fully guaranteed contract with the Vikings on Thursday. With Matt Forte retiring it left a hole at running back for the Jets. He comes off a season in which he had a career-high 206 carries for the Browns.

Running back Jerick McKinnon will ink a four-year, $30 million contract with the 49ers. Powell turns 30 October 27. He had ties to their new offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates and they had more money than any of the top QB-needy teams. If he's fully recovered and happens to deliver a strong season as the starter, the Jets could end up having a borderline Pro Bowler on their roster who is just entering his prime. His backup is 25-year-old Teddy Bridgewater. It's a low-risk proposition for the Jets, giving them a chance to possibly witness Bridgewater develop into what the Vikings had hoped he'd be before a devastating knee injury in August 2016 ended what could have been his breakout season, and derailed his career.

It sounds like $5 million will be Bridgewater's base salary, with anything coming after that the result of incentives. If so, it would give the Jets one of the top secondaries in the National Football League in the blink of an eye.

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