Jets' Bridgewater positive in comeback from 'scary' injury

The Seattle Times
Jets' Bridgewater positive in comeback from 'scary' injury
Jets' Bridgewater positive in comeback from 'scary' injury

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Teddy Bridgewater remembers some of his teammates crying. They were on their knees and praying. For him. The New York Jets quarterback was with the Minnesota Vikings in 2016 when he went down in a heap of agonizing pain. Bridgewater had twisted his left knee badly on a non-contact play, and the severity of the injury was only beginning to surface. Bridgewater knew from the looks of his teammates' faces that the situation was dire. And somehow, he stayed calm. “As gruesome as it may have seemed, I feel like I did a great job of remaining poised,” Bridgewater recalled Tuesday as the Jets opened their three-day minicamp. Coming off his first Pro Bowl appearance, Bridgewater

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