Could Teddy Bridgewater wind up with the Green Bay Packers this year?

(Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) Teddy Bridgewater
(Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) Teddy Bridgewater /

What are the chances of former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater being included in a trade between the Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos?

After spending each of his first four years in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings, Teddy Bridgewater has been playing locker room musical chairs during the last few seasons.

Following his departure from the Vikings in 2018, Bridgewater has had stints with the New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, and he’s currently a member of the Denver Broncos.

Maybe he’ll stick around with the Broncos for a few more years or maybe he’ll follow in the footsteps of someone like Ryan Fitzpatrick and just become a journeyman quarterback for the rest of his career in the league.

Could former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater be included in a trade to the Green Bay Packers?

Since the first night of the 2021 NFL Draft, Minnesota fans have been enjoying all of the reported turmoil between the Green Bay Packers and their longtime quarterback, Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers is apparently looking to be traded this year and Denver is a team that continues to mentioned as a possible destination for the reigning league MVP.

If Rodgers actually does get dealt before the start of the 2021 season, Jordan Love is expected to step in as the Packers’ new starting quarterback. Love has never even taken a snap in a regular-season game, so he would basically be a rookie out on the field in 2021.

Recently, our own Dean Jones suggested an idea over on that the Broncos could include Bridgewater in a trade package to the Packers in exchange for Rodgers this year. Jones believes the former Vikings quarterback could serve as a great backup and mentor for Love in Green Bay.

Bridgewater has been a backup in the past when he was with the Saints and he did well in the role. It isn’t crazy to think that he could help Love develop into the type of quarterback the Packers were hoping for when they selected him in the first round of the 2020 draft.

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At the same time, most Minnesota fans would hate to see Bridgewater take the field in that ugly green and mustard-colored helmet. So, hopefully, he just remains with Denver and Green Bay’s drama with Rodgers continues for as long as possible.