Panthers’ Teddy Bridgewater returns in the fourth quarter

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater returned to their Thursday Night Football game against the Atlanta Falcons. He left the contest for several plays.

Bridgewater took a big hit to the head in the third quarter of the contest. Falcons defensive end Charles Harris was ejected for the hit.

Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater practices with his teammates on October 21st, 2020, as the team prepares for their road game against the New Orleans Saints
Teddy Bridgewater practices with his teammates on October 21st, 2020, as the team prepares for their road game against the New Orleans Saints (Photo by the Carolina Panthers/Instagram)

“I really appreciate Teddy, for his fight to come back in the game,” Panthers running back Mike Davis said. “I know a lot of guys would’ve quit, but he came back and fought. I just want to say I really appreciate that a lot.”

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The Falcons were also flagged, as Harris caused an unsportsmanlike penalty.

Following the hit, P.J. Walker came in for the Panthers. Bridgewater then was moved to the blue medical tent after leaving the field.

One of the Panthers was seen rubbing his neck area. Carolina would not let Bridgewater in again if he had a concussion.

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Bridgewater’s head appeared to be similar to the one that Andy Dalton took on Sunday. He suffered a concussion on the play after Jon Bostic took a cheap-shot to Dalton’s head.

“I was just stumbling, and I knew at some point, guys would be swarming. So I just tried to get down, protect myself,” Bridgewater said. “I don’t really know who hit me. I just know someone got ejected.”

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