Now with the Jets, Bridgewater is participating in New York's offseason program, but whether he will be healthy enough for the start of OTA practices when they begin on May 22 remains in limbo.
Head coach Todd Bowles was asked if Bridgewater was running during the offseason workouts.
Bowles would not confirm, but told Newsday, "He's been working out with us."
Even though Bridgewater might be limited during the current workouts, Bowles expects the 25-year-old who is entering his fourth season to be an active participant in the OTAs.
"He's like every other quarterback, I expect him to throw and I expect him to be out there throwing and competing with everybody else," Bowles said.
Bridgewater, 25, suffered major damage to his knee in the Minnesota Vikings' 2016 training camp. He signed a one-year, $6 million contract with the Jets in the offseason.