Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been released from the hospital after sustaining a head injury on Sunday, the team announced.
In a 15-10 loss to the Bengals on Sunday, Bridgewater fell head-first into the turf after leaping for a primary down halfway by the third quarter. The previous Louisville star was then carted off the sphere on a stretcher and was taken by an ambulance to the hospital, the place he stayed in a single day as a precaution.
The Broncos additionally introduced that Bridgewater will enter into the NFL’s concussion protocol, however didn’t point out a timetable for his return.
The quarterback already left Denver’s Week 4 loss to the Ravens with a concussion however returned to start out the group’s subsequent sport the next week.
Bridgewater completed the sport 98 yards on 12-for-22 passing. Drew Lock, who changed Bridgewater completed with 88 yards and a landing within the loss.
“Whenever you see a man like Teddy go down, that hurts, man,” Broncos security Justin Simmons told ESPN. “We all know what Teddy places into it, he is such a giant voice in our locker room, it hurts, clearly, from a soccer standpoint, it hurts as a pacesetter, however simply as a buddy, a man that invests into you a lot, it hurts to see.”
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