According to Russini, Bridgewater has made a decision to return to New Orleans despite meeting with the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday.
While Saints fans were expecting to welcome Bridgewater back to the team, it looks like another National Football League team is making a play for him.
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The Dolphins confirmed the meeting later Wednesday.
The Dolphins are making a last-ditch attempt to lure quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to Miami before he signs a contract to return to the New Orleans Saints. But he ultimately chose to stay put in New Orleans, where he spent last season after the Saints traded a third-round pick to acquire him and a sixth-rounder from the New York Jets.
According to multiple reports, the Dolphins attempted to land Tyrod Taylor before he signed with the Los Angeles Chargers.
And 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.