NFL Network is reporting awesome news that Teddy Bridgewater was released from the hospital and is “doing well.”
The team added their quarterback is now in concussion protocol.
Bridgewater was carted off after a frightening head/neck injury on Sunday against the Bengals where he was hit in mid-air and his body was thrown violently towards the ground. It did not take long to se that he was unconscious after his head slammed down very hard.
“Everything has checked out good up to this point,” Fangio told reporters after Denver went on to lose, 15-10. “They’re just going to keep him overnight for observations. But they think he’ll — should be and will be fine. Eventually.”
His leaving the hospital less than 24 hours after suffering the head injury is good news for the veteran QB after he was placed on a backboard and carted away.
He’s unlikely to play in Week 16 against the Raiders.
Bridgewater has been having a solid year for the team, as he has recorded 3,052 passing yards and 18 passing TDs.
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