Teddy Bridgewater Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Salary, Height, Weight, Stats

In America football and National Football League (NFL) in the U.S one of the finest quarterbacks in the league, we must remember Teddy Bridgewater who plays for Carolina Panthers. Theodore Edmond Bridgewater popularly known as Teddy Bridgewater was born on November 10, 1992, in Miami, Florida to the hands of Teddy Bridgewater Senior and Rose Bridgewater and he was the youngest of four children and he is Christian and he graduated from the University of Louisville with a degree in Sports Administration.

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Teddy Bridgewater Net Worth

Teddy Bridgewater has been dating Erika Cardona and Teddy as a net worth of $8 million and best known for the National Football League of the rookie in 2014. Bridgewater receives a $15 million signing bonus and up to $750,000 per game roaster and $250,000 as a workout bonus, Teddy as a height 1.88m and 98kg of weight, hand size of 0.23m Teddy live in inner-city of Miami and he drive Impala car according to purple reign news and he is devoted Christian.

Teddy Bridgewater Parents And Early Life

Teddy Bridgewater, the mother was a Cancer survivor in 2014, after Teddy was drafted for Minnesota Vikings, Teddy Bridgewater water attended Miami Northern western High School and during his days at high school he started as a quarterback and took school team into National Champion and he completed 97 out of 160 attempts for 1,560 yards in the season and 16 touchdowns with three interceptions for the school team. Teddy helped the Northwestern finished the season 13-3, falling short to their opponent school Seminole High School of Sanford with 28-21 in the 6A state title game in his high school days.

Teddy Bridgewater Career Details

As senior in school, Teddy had 2,606 passing yards and 22 touchdowns and also gained 223 yards and eight more scores, he was known as four stars recruit and considered the sixth-best dual-threat quarterback in the nation and was acknowledged by rival.com and at Northern western finished the season with 29-16 loss to rival Miami Central High School. Teddy was tip for U.S Army-America Bowl in 2011 and Teddy in Northern western had a 9-3 record for the and losing 42-27 to opponent Miami Central High School and this resulted in 436 yards and scored four touchdowns.

At the college, Bridgewater entered the season as a backup to a teammate Will Stein and also started Cardinal fourth game of the season and remained as a starter in the rest of the year and also finished the season with 191 of 296 passes for 2,129 yards with 14 touchdown and 12 interceptions.

Teddy had many career accolades such as Big East Rookie of the Year, Freshman All- American by Rivals.com, scout.com, Pro Bowl (2015), PFWA All-Rookie Team (2014), Second-team All-AAC (2013), Big East Offensive Player of the Year (2012) and First-team All-Big East (2012), Pepsi NFL Rookie of the year (2014). In 2012, Bridgewater started 11-12 of regular-season games and finished up the regular season completing 267 of 387 passes for 3,452 yards with 25 touchdowns and interceptions. Also finished 6th in the nation’s completion average, 8th yards per attempt, and 7th passing efficiency and was also named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year in 2012.

Bridgewater in 2013, with the football team, entered Super Bowl against the Florida Gators and he passed 266 yards and a touchdown to become the most MVP with 33-23 win in the year and he also completed 303 of 427 passes for 2,970 yards with 31 touchdowns and interceptions and in the final game at college with Miami Hurricane in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl, completed 35 of 42 passes for 447 yards three touchdowns was named MVP of the game.

At professional career, Bridgewater was seen one of the very in NFL in 2014 alongside is counterpart Jedeveon Clowney and Johnny Manziel and he reported that he was eligible for the draft and would be the first quarterback taken and as at 2014 he was known as the overall pick quarterback and Bridgewater forfeited final year eligibility at Louisville in Miami.

Teddy Bridgewater gained recognition into Minnesota Vikings, 2014 as the 32nd and as a final pick in the draft for the beginning of his career draft and he signed a four-year contract $6.85 million with a $3.3 million signing with a contract with Minnesota Vikings while the Vikings had gone for their second and fourth-round picks to Seattle Seahawks but later picked Teddy Bridgewater. He also made his first September 21, 2014, against the New Orleans Saint and finished with 150 passing yards in the game and was named the quarterback at the start of the game.

Bridgewater made his first appearance in the NFL against the Atlanta Falcons and the game in large part due to his 317 passing yards and made his NFL touchdown on a 13-yard rush and he finished up with 2,919 passing yards, 14 touchdowns, 12 interceptions and with 85.2 passer rating, rushed 209 yards and touchdowns in his rookie year in 2014.

Bridgewater in his second season gained 3,231 passing yards, 14 touchdowns, and 9 interceptions and also rushed for 192 yards and 3 touchdowns in 2015 season games finale and I 2016 he missed the season because of the dislocation and knee joint injury and ruled him out of the year and more so he was ruled out in the following year for 17-19 month of the year in 2017 but fortunately, he was cleared to practice in the season but could not play for three weeks and was activated off PUP( Physically Unable to Perform) and entered a game against Cincinnati Bengals in relief of Keenum in the fourth quarter and he finished with an interception out of two passes for the Viking they won over their counterpart with 34-7. And the dislocation he got in Viking training camp, his anterior cruciate ligament around his knee brought about his rumor death because if he was not taken out for further action, Teddy would have lost his leg completely.

In 2008 season Bridgewater signed one year contract with the New York jets and the guaranteed a $500,000 signing bonus and which could make $15 million forms a non-guaranteed salary and also finished the game in 14 of 22 passes for 118 yards, a touchdown, and an interception as the Saint lost 33-14 and also rushed 12 yards. In 2019 Bridgewater signed a one year contract of $7.25 million with saint and March 26, 2020, Bridgewater signed a three-year contract of $63 million contracts with Carolina Panthers.

Teddy Edmond Bridgewater is a strong and vibrant American Football and a talented quarterback that is decorated with so many accolades in his career and a more promising young player the American Football.

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